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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. )I SATURDAY, JUNG J. 1!U0.
DILLINGHAM - - GAYLORD WEDDING PARTY AT FLORENCE, ITALY
NE of tho most clabornto nnd
ninl beautiful ntTnlrH of the
fciiMin wus thu leccptlon
which wuh given Fildny own
Iur Viy Mr ninl Sirs. Edward
Mtenmy lu honor of their
I10U8O nii'st, 'Mm C.urlo Jacobs Bond
the Inldii'tcd Vlngcr and miulcal com
poser, ijhjjrtiy, before nine, the guest i
befiarrllii m-i'lvc.' The drWeway lead-
. J k .. .. L .1. 1 .
Ing ia thl beaulltu homo w strung
wlth,lrlads of oltctrle llghtB, und
,, the mmoillous grounds were gully.
nung wiin utiniw iinieriis. 1110
.guests were met lit tho entranco by n
colore of the following young men,
Sir. I-rnnk Armstiung Mr Wnliirr
,Mr. Vernon Terine and Mr Mircu
Illlllson who lent 0 crta hi Inform il
Ky to the affair, bi oscoitliiR u 1111111
her of tho fair ex to the receiving
party. On entering this beautiful (V
lonlal mansion ono was nlrno-t breath-
less with admiration Tho entranco
mm wiwi .w), ,v.iu.uh " '""iMM.tlnlP.l ninrnlneeliHlPH wrr.-sor Wv
dressing rooms, 011 the second Moor,
were banked with maidenhair ferns
and palm."' On nrrlvins'ut tho dress
ing rooms, dainty Jnpaucfi) maids
clad In silk kimonos, with gorgeous
obli took posscsslou f pur wraps
and w-ero sotlcltous about your wants
On deicondlng to the'liuln Boor one
Joined the lino, which Vita a long ono
to the'rccelNlng party, Mr. mid Mrs
Edward Tenney and their guejt of lion
or rpcclved In the spacious jJrawInR
room This loom was doiSifiia ft
mot entirely In roses, comqlri'H'Vltt
thn feathery asparnrfus vine, nu'l tuahl
nhalr'fern, Hugo boslcts'nf Uv i:U
trr wore -nispoiidel b3twK'u.,()ie'an:h
ways of the drawlms room and half
nv and betwfon th" dlnltr; room
and drawing roiini Tho receiving par
ty stood In a lirK" alcove, w'llhvli. was
adorned with fanej baskets or;nuaInrl
and artistic shape, tilled witn Jong
stemmed American IIeautyrosrl.t-aj.3iT..tl j,a,1Khcr r 10 ISe
hnn.l n rnnnhv nf nroitnr r watt -tirft 1 ;; .. - - . . . .. M. .
duced by baskets of trailing nsjnragnt
vine, and Australian maidenhair. The
IUIIH KIIL IlllllUin, ll'rttllllltyjill ,LIC
celling to tho floor, wero baliked vvlth
roses. On tho top of tho ffli-ifiSnJi'.,-cablnets.
occupylng'lho comtfrif or the
room were placed huge, bWtfclV llfttBB
jardlnters containing white lilies. Mrs
Cnrrlo Jacobs lond Is not a Btrangor
In these Inlands, having visited here
about three )ears ngo, nnd as Is nl
wnjB the casu with this gifted nnd
wlnsomo woman, she has niado hosts
of friends during her sojourn hero.
Last night most of the foujrjiuintrwr
guests at tho reception wrexncBttrDr
acquaintances of tho gueaiCoHfionor'
Howovcr, tho few strangerartmTt wereT
present wero inirouuccu oyiara rco
ney In her habltuJly graclpiti.mauner
Mis. Kdwurd Tenney wore? lserlcncl.
model of Cluuuv lnco ov ciTjims jatllc
with a plastron of crj8tn nVt -uutTLl
pearls,' embroidered In ttiha tulk of
palo jdnk, and u dclicatr; limle"ir
blue. This Is one of Paqmirs gOw'ns
and was so beautiful Unit Irenes des
cription. Sirs, Currle JoaIAx, Jloild
who has unoxe'clled tasttfilnylW Ma'
tails of ho gowning, woro iv'l'irtklan
creation of old hluo hatln. wltlr rciinrtc
of gold net, embossed with" ItulVKn cm J
broidery. Alter paying their .rrspocw
tho gnestif passed through tho long
French window h leading to tho ver
andas, und Joined tho merry throng of
dancers. These verandas were con
verted Into n veritable tropjcul garden.
Tho colonial pillars vevo wound witn
smllax, while glganll6 .tropical palms
wero co numerous that thq cHect w'bb
given of a conservatory. A Inrgs
space was reserved for .dancing, tho
floors wore well waxed und made an
Ideal ballroom. A Hawaiian quintet
club was screened behind palms nnd
other tropical follago n plentiful In
these Islands. During tho evening sov
cral quartets were arranged nnd sung
by these miudclnus. ' They wero coin
positions of Sim. Iloud. "Ilobln Adair."
"In Dear IIannl,'vnnil "I Lovo You
Truly," hcemed to be the favorites und
wero enthusiastically encored by (he
' assemblage. Htwopn the dancer
many tctc a tela nooks wero dlscov
ered, which were eagerly taken advant
age of by the younger ijet, while the
older people itroNcu 'through this
boautlfully cjecoraled homo" Tho dec
orations of jpip dining room called
I forth cxclanliitjons of admiration. Thli
large room Kan dona entirely lu or
chids. The jldo Walls nro of dark
green, eo an e-xcellent background was
produced for',thl3 floral display. In
tho center of tho'rqom was placod on
u tcakwood stafjd q large gold basket,
filled with hundreds of-theso rare
flowers. Tho sideboard and buffet
were banked with orchids, whllq over
head were miBpcndeu VaifyctB In which
" orchids were growing. 'Tho display
was wonderful nnd n great treat to
those present. Orchid raising Is a
hobby with Mr. Tenney, and ho most
certainly has been successful, for hlv
green bouses are noted al over thq
Islands, During tho, evening Sirs, Car
rie Jacobs Bond was requested to slug,
to which she, graciously ncqulcsccd. A
number of the guests went to tho
music room and listened with enthtm
lasm to tho following Impromptu pro
gram, tho compositions of which aro
her own work; "Sly Soul," "Tho Shop-
f hordess" "Tua l'erfect Day" mid
SIrsr"CliarIos Ilryant Cooper, Sirs.
K. Faxon Bishop, Mrs. Itlcliard Ivors
and Mrs. Herman Focko osslstod in
tlie cnlertnlnmeot of tho guests. Thlslgus, Mr. F, H. Armstrong, Sir. and
KiMAH. 4. v, , -. . - &, .
bevy of women wero handsomely
gowned. Sirs. Richard Ivors looked
stunning In n coral colored satin tunic
effect, studded with gutd. .Mrs Chnrib
Bryant Cooper was regal In a wlitto
lace over satin, with a corsngu of gold,
Mrs. Fockc woro n I'arls creation
which was extremely becoming, Mrs.
I!, Faxon Bishop was clad In a laca
robe over white Batln, with Jowoled
oinainents During the evening punch
uiiiitiiiwiun willing me "-'
,,.,,,, ,, ,,,,
, n ,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,
r was nerved
ns turned Into
,,,, fillrj,.lml for 10
, - ,.,, ,,. ,,,, ,-,,,, .,w
Rwcn U(;r(, ,,, f()r 10 nPCOmmil
,,,,, f 10 B,lcgtHf Tlc c . of
,., ,,,- 1.,i ,i,i 1,,.
, ,, han.IR ,mRko ,lf UM
m ,, fcrnl)f tt,o ,,,,
... i,.i.. ni... ., ..,1,1. .,ii.
,.,. ,,, i i.irn. ...-ril
rlll(.nil0(, nmrais 1(. RrWMcry Tho
,,,,, )f tho cncIltlro cro com,)9C,i
f g,a,kg ()f fMtlt.iy )iulli)0(), limner.
1 "" "-
crly arranged among this follago that
they looked as It they were growing
among the bamboo lu their natural
statn. Corps of Jnpaneso waiters ilnd
In fiioIIcbs white, with noiseless tread
served -ttie guests. This entertain
ment will llntrer In Hue memory of
those present ns being ie of tho mot
elaborate and beautiful affairs of tho
ccason, Tho gowns worn on this oc
ear Inn wero of wonderful rleliness and
beuut, and tho ensembje fchowed that
the rhsiilcal modo prevails In the
stles of tho season. Mott of thn
frocks were constructed on severe
Jluoe, tho drniierles being hung with
'irtstlc attention to tho contour of the
figuro Mrs. Corwln 1 Iters wa
queenly lu lavender satin, encriulet
with Jeweled trimming; Mrs. Samuel
Running looked extremely hnndsoms
In pilo blue satin, with n draped skirt
nmU touches of pearl trimming; Miss
wori iln1: chlnon over pink satin. This
EiKv'n Vns etil In the prevailing mode
J and was vcry-Womlng; Sirs. (Icoiro
lltrbert wore black laco, with the
corsigo embroidered In gold; Mrs
Arthur Wilder was clad In a French
jQUa.of.-W hi to, lace; Sirs. Robert Atklp-
son wore light bluo satin with a gar
niture ot pearls; Sirs. Julio Stacfar-
man nuie ii iiiiiiuBuiuu i.u..i..o .
black nnd gold, with n necklace ofWlw-.i. '. . u:n.. .r. ..,
pearls and diamonds; Mrs. IlarvwflW K. K. Hlchaidj, Sir and Mrs.
Murray was clad In light bluo satin.
Sirs. Wnltcr Ficar woro n whlto chif
fon, encrusted In lace; Sirs. Hcnjes
Hooked handsome In a satin gown of
'niiecullacj'ellowlsh tone, that blended
4nutlfuljywlh Jho browns and gold
with whjjli If ,w;ns rnmopiereu: sirs.
irafry I.wls was one or tho nandsom
eitomVii present. "She, wore a Paris
Igovvfl. oftilaek jyllln, with, a pHstroon
effect, of gold, oriiahieuts or gold were
worn In the hair: Sllss Vera Damon
Jooked extremely pretty In seafoam
Sieen satin, with the corsage of sllverr
Alia.-John. Strnger McOrqw woro one
vt'lhi KaridRnmi'st gowns, of ioso jmlnt
JtircMivcf .mauve biIIii, A silpArb
brooch HUiTnccklare of illamonds weic
worn; Sirs. C. lleloniann vyore tin elec
trie blue Jean de crepe, embroidered1
y a deeper hhade nf blue, Mrs. 11, F
Dillingham viore black chiintllly lace
over white ratjn; Slrrf. Hyde-Smith
voro whlto satin, with garnitures of
rure lacoj Mrs, Hubert Shlnglu woro
a Now Yijrk creation of bluu satin,
with a stole of clotho of gold encrust
ed with pearls; Sirs. Hurold Dilling
ham's goyn was one i.t tho most strik
ing, aud was fashioned of satin. In
tho new shndo of green, with nn over
dress of gold net, unbroldercd with
Jewels; Sirs. Harold Castlo, who ts ono
of tho recent brides, woro her wed
ding gown of raio luco over whlto sal
In; Sllss lloatrlco Campbell looked
Etunnlng In cream laco over pink sat
in; Sllss Ileiijes was a picture In pink;
Sirs. J, I. Cooko wiin clad In blacK
ratln; Sllw Agnes Walker woro a
stunning frock of light blue crepe, rm
hroldcrcd In oriental embroidery;
Sllss Ada Ithodes lookod extremely
protty In a Parisian, creation of croam
crepo de chine with garnitures of
pearls; Mrs.' Jack Oalt wore bluck
laco; Mrs. Aussie Schmidt woro vyhlte
Among those Invited woro: Ad
miral and SIr.. Corwln. T. Ilcea, Sir.
inii.SIrs. F. A. Schacfnr, Sir. and
SIrs.'Oustav Sclraofcr, Sir. and Sirs
S. Schmidt, nv. E, T. Simpson,
Mr. W. 0. Smith, Sir. E. T. Spald
ding, Sllss Spalding, Sirs. Oadrat,
Sir. nnd Sirs. E. It. Stncltable, Sir.
and Sirs. W. U Stanley, Mr. nnd
Sirs. O. II. Stevens, Sir, nnd Sirs.
Soper, Sir. Frank Thompson, Sir,
Vctelson. Sir. nnd Sirs. O. von
Hnmm, Sir. nnd Sirs. J. S. Walker,
Sir. nnd Sirs. H II, Walker, Sir, ami
Sirs. IK A. Walker. Sir. and ,SIrs.
J. 0. Walker, Sir. and Sirs. Arthur
Wall, Dr. and Mrs. St. D. d. Wal
lerrs, tho Wards, Sir, nnd Mjs, John
Wliterhouso, Sir. Clnreneo Water
man, Judgo nnd Sirs, Weaver, Ilnv,
and Slis. Wcstervelt, Mr, 0. 8.
White, Sir. and Sirs. J. Si. Whitney,
Sir. A, A. Wilder, Sir. and Sirs. T.
V, Lansing. Sir? Ollvor Lansing, Sir.
W 0. Wilder, SIf. nud- Sirs. Chan,
Wilder, Sir. AV. Wllllnnibon. Sir. and
Mrs. W, D, Adams, Sir mid Sirs. Al-
bort F. Afong, Sllss Jbjlen AloJinil-
der, Sirs. if. SI. Alletf, Mllf. Std-
Wayne. Dr, nud Sirs. It. W4 A"der-
son. Sirs. John Angus, Sllsses An-
...irtfW. . .1 . -v .. ' .S . iM r, '.J. . ,,1.,, . J . ,l,j.i, ,. i, . -t 1 J-... . l , ,y .' . '
iifrifttfiiilWfflffnlitMr-i -''--fc, -.-fafJU..,-..'" x,. . . ,,.,. ,., t c.
Mrs, C. II Atherlon, Mr. and Mrs.
II W Atkinson. Mr, and Mrs. V.
II. Ilabbllt, BUonil Mrs. C. 0. Uii
leiitync, Mlsa""l, lliillentync, Mr. and
Mrs. 8. M. llallou, Mr. And Mrs. 0.
C. litcklcy, Mr nnd Mrs. AV. 1.
Krcar, Mr. nnd Sirs. J. It. Oalt, Sir,
aild Mis. A. (lartley, .Mr. and Mrs
II. 11. CSIffard, Mr.'W, M. Olffard,
Mr. WdUoir, Sir. Houston, Mr,, nnd
, , ,
Mrs J. A. Oilman,, Sir. rind Mrs.
. M ur.......... u.. ...u un. .. .
arowmn Sirs. Mary Dunn, Sir. and
M,s A. O. Ilawy. Mr and Mrs . U
, , ' . it '. '.mi,, i '
nl Sf.3. .1. Hodonlan, Mr. Ilomlry, '
Si" """ -..-, "
rati. Dr. nud Mis. Slooro. Mr. ni..I,h
Sits E A .Slolt-Smlth. D-. nud Mi
MclJrevv, Sir. IleynoM Slcdisw, Sir.
II. V Sluriny, Sir. and Slra. .1. -Will
Slcliiciny, Sir, and Slis. V, H,
SIcSlp-kcr, Sllsws SIcSJpcker, Sirs,
Walbrldge, Sir. Samuel Parker, Sir.
' . . ' . -.
Earnest Parker, Situ. C. A. Widdl-
mann. Sllss Lll I'nty, Sir. T, 11. Pe
trie. Sir. W. PfotcnhUuer, Sirs. SI. theso Islands nnd had persistently
Phlillps, Sir. nnd Sirs. P. SI. Pond. Bimg tbem'irrom time to time ever
Mr. nlld Sits. C. C Potter.' Sir. andsliice, hnd-rms-bceii IlistruniQntal In
Sirs. Potvvluo, Dr. und Sirs. J. II.
Ravniond, SIlsj Slable, Ilev, and SIib,
-- .-- . -.- ... . ... ..,,, .. ., ,.,. ... ,,i i,v
IjfO, It HOllinsOll, .lliai ,IJILI- liuiiir
Sir. nnd Slist It. Ityrroft, Sllss Ity.
croft, Sir. nud Sirs. .1. II. Casue.
Sir. and Sirs. Harold C.ut!e, Sir,
and Sirs. W. 11. Castle, Jl.s, Ailitn
Whltn . tilnnw Wlil 1 1'. Mr . C.irtw ilulit
and Sir. llruco Cnrtvvibjht Jl', Mr.'fr. Bonfnnl II. Dole, Sirs. Harn
nnd Slis. Robert; Cation, Sllis Cat
ton, Sir. A. S, lIeghorn,J Sir. nnd
Slis. J S. Cucklnim. Sirs. II, C. Colo-
man, Sirs. L. A. Carey, Slnf. Ueiijcd,
Sllss Itonjes, Sir. und Sirs. Julian
Slonaarrul, Sir and-Sirs'. 0. II. Cooko,
Sir, Montague Cooko, Sir. X V
Cooke, Sir and Mr. It, A. Cooke,
Dr. ;ml Strx. C, IJ, Cooper, Sir. ana
Sirs. J. A, Armln, Sli. nnd Sirs. I
.1. Lowiey, Sir. .und Sirs. V. Low
tuj. Sir. nnd Sirs Chns. Lucas, Sllss
Lu u. Mi. aild Sirs. Jink Lucas, Sllss
Lucas, Sir. ami Sirs. F W. .Miicrnr
June, Sllss Mnrfarlane, Sljis lerger,
Sir. Wnltcr Koiiiall, Guy Slacfap.
lano, Sir. 0. A. SIiieklntosK Sllss
SI Slclutni;, Stlss Kino SIcInytfo,
Sir. It. Dr Stead, Sir. II. Wm. Sllst,
Slis. J. Mist, Sirs. Eddlo Sllst. Slis?
Edith Stjer, Mi. und Sirs. S. SI. Oar
nioii Sir, nnd Slra. Frnuk Damon,
Sllss SL'iy Dinioii, Sirs. Ed. Damon,
Sllss Vera Damon, Sir, and Slis
Kimball, Sludamo Inque, Sir. and
Mrs., u II. Wodohoiifcc, Sir. und Sirs.
Alexander Young, Sir. and Sirs, .
Lewis, Sir. Und Sirs. C. L. Wight,'
Mr. and Mrs. A- A. Wlldei', Sir. nnd
Sirs. J. SI. Whitney, Sir. And Sirs.
II. P. liniittou, Sllss Lniighlaii, Sir.
nnd Sirs, Aithnr Ilcrg, Sirs. F. T.
DMierton, Sli, nnd Sirs. Spencer
Rlikertoii, Sir, and Sirs. C. J. 111
Bon, Sir. and 'Sirs. 13. P. Bishop, Sir.
und SIrH. L, (1. ,'Rlaukmaii, Sllss
Holdavvortli, Mr. und Slis, C, W,
Booth, Sirs,-Schmidt, Sin and Sirs
A SL Hrovvn, Sir. Cecil Brown, Sllsi
l)one Dlckbnn, Mr nnd Sirs. A. J
Campbell, "Slis ChVlotla Carter, Sir.
CusAti)nii Carter, Sir, nnd Mrs. A. U
Cast9( Mr. Gen. R. Castle; Sllss Mar
garet L.Htlc, Sir, and , SJrri. Hugo
Homer, Dr. pud' -Mr" C 11, High,
Dr. and Slra. W. C Hobdy, Dr. Hod
gins, D nnd Slis. vnlter Hoffman,
Sir. and Slis. Ho king, Sllsfea HoCf
mart,' Sir. nd Slis. C S. HoUoway,
SIf. J. A. Hopper, Sllss Sfyitgpret
Ildpperj Sir. hnd Slis, C. V, "jtinHeix,
Sir. W, 0. Irwin, Sir. and SlnijffK.
Ivors. Sir. nnd Sirs.. P. C. JoniftKair.
nqd Slis. E. W. Jordan, Slurid
lines Jildd, Sir. 'and Sirs. J. A.-M""' '""''J'1' !'n;
enn-edy, Sllss Kennedy. Mr. T. iilW"", Tho loblo was do.ated
: V . ... :: . .. ? Ilwlwil ikiila o.iua,4 nml .Inn limiRn
King, Sir. Low Is King, Sir, und Slrg
Y, a. jvinnoy, sir. nun aiih, i .
Kleliahn, Sir, and Mrs. 13. Koplte,
Sllss Ada Kopke, Sllhs Emily 1idil,
Sir, and Sirs. V. hung. Sir. und, Sirs.
11.' F. Lewis, Sir. nnd Sirs. Loron
zen, Sir. nnd Sits. Eben liiw, CnpL
and Sirs. Dqw, Sir, pnil Sirs T, Cuvo
Davloa, Sir. nnd Sirs. 11. F. Dilling
ham; Sir, and Sirs. II, (J. Dlng-,
lam. Slis. Hyde-Smith, Judge and
Sirs, S,. B. Dole, lr and SUs. i),
Donghetl)i Slf-PPil Sfis. J,M, "W "t J''1 Jfio 'sumine SUs Ho
stt', Mr.' UUWV DbwMt, MlfWySt'P,1Wr"1' f,0lj
Fisher, Sir, nnd Sirs. I II Drew, and a half yeais' abbeneo in li
Slnjor nnd 'Mrs, Duiitilrig, Sir, ana
MrsW, L, Emory, sir. ana Airs, u.
r.iko, Sir. atnt Mrs. .1 11. I'lshor,
Mr nod Mrs. 11. Kerkc. Sir. nnd wirs.
C. M. V. Tnrstor, Sin. U. A, Jonee.
Mrs. Gait's Luncheon,
Sirs. . It, Halt entertained sixteen
of her" frlertfls at I'liichcoii Thtiri
day. Two io(,o bedccKed tablca woro
placed In the-'dllilug tonni, each ta-
bio nrnnccd tu seat eight. After
lIV IIUMII(jl) U DW .() v.
Iuuclllntlf Mriii ,:rnojl .Moit-Sn.lt.i.
M 'Charles Weight nnd Mrs. Wnl
llofr,flall ,.llterlnncil ,, BeRts
, num,)cr )f ,ora f(!,cctlmu,
!' Hoffman Eaug ,omoif Mia.
, '' ,!
- . ..1,1 she should pe,
HoloiflM in a waj for singing
Mm i i.iiMirWiir'a pnllit. (.11 It'll Airfl
JIW VUIIII'WQVI K"" . ..
Doiul was In tho city doing tho
uuno thing' but on tho other hand
slio fclr herself Identified with irn,
Hond's work its ho tang her nongs
for tho fi'rtt tlmo In Honolulu mv-
cial years HgiS In foro S!w Hond's ro
putntloii us'u comiiccer had leaclied
ncqualnllng the musical public ot
Slis. lionus- mugs, sureiy ino uia
-n ---"- - . l . ',
thoOatr laiiHtn l Soul .oin poet Paul
i.uwit'iiu' iMJiiiiij viiiiiu nun nu uvi-
ter Interpreter than Ylra. Uoffninn,
and ilo npulogy vvns needed, thqse
vvere enthqslabtknlly received, nn-
encoicd again und again by Sirs.
Onll'j liinilieoii ciichIu whii weio
den. Sire truest Slott-Sinlth, Sirs.
whiter1 Loire. Slis. E. W. Jordan.
Sirs. Iain In Hiurslon, ,SIrB., Walter
Hoffman. Sim. 13. A. Jonek, fliTs.
W'olght, Sirs L. L. SlcCnndlesn. Sirs.
Vndrcw" Fuller. Sirs. Albert' Wnter
house, Mrs. I' J. liwrwy and Sirs.
Mrs. Ramsey's Card Party,
Sirs. Ficdurlclc llnnney made n
delightful liostebs at brfdse Wednes
day uftqiiiuon This affair was giv
en nt tho itamseys mtlatlc home'tu
Niliiunu Vtillf-y Tho hoiuo was dec'
ftruwfliifellcute pink carjintlons
ahdiiiHlihWhalr ferns. Thleo ta
bles weio nrruiigeil to accommodate
the guests. The hpstes and their
guests begun to plity nt bait after
two. Shortly nffer four, tlio semes
wero counted ivnd tluiho pdssesslng
tho highest scoru at each tublo were
nvvatded u pilxe. Sits. Pardco oi
Fort Shaftcr was Hie fortunalo win
ncr ut the llcst t:blo nnd was award
ed an exquisite baskdt Illled witn
How cis, Slis. Slooio, wife of Cap-
tiiln Slooro captuied tho prlzo at uer
tuble; this wus n hnud embroldoiiu
Toil screen. Sirs. J. SI. Rlggs won thoi
prlzo nt tho third tnblii. This vvw
a lutiiil painted ten pot. After award
ing the prizes, refreshments weio
sorved. Sirs. Ramsey Is nn Ideal
hostbts, and her frjends, after' being
onlrrjiilnoif Hre Imnuod Avlth Hie
iijeav thrttf thsy would like to return
dbuIu and, enjoy this pretty woman's
hinpltulltii, On Wednesday nftor
noon nmoiiij the gucstH prcsont were:
Sirs,, Slooie, Sli a, J. Slortou Rlggs,
Sirs. M.irljj,' Sirs. Pardee, Slis, Ollboit
Smith, sirs, Falls, Sirs. Chaulker,
sfia.)'Sni(tIv Vlfo ot Dr Smith, .
8." A , Sirs. trqrnberEC, Sirs. Clinp
wan 'and'SUtt Stophons.
, X t
Birthday .Dinhcr. ,
l'fWeiliiB6dfiJ cv-oiilnc. Sirs. Jnno
ated her blitbdayu
;0flghfriil manner, ly invltjng a
hot hoiibe flow eta aud-tlio house
vv'ns dccnrateil with dowers tfiut latl
heon tent by Intimate friends.
Sirs, FrcMorlck Duinnn wus tho
hostess Tuesday nt a charming tosu
luncheon (if eighteen covers given lu
compliment to Sllss Hazel Holtni'in,
whoso mjirrlago with Lieut, William
Slunler ij, S. Rovenue Cutter Sorvleo,
urlll ln ..nn it ,ltn Inlni-oaMtiiv nvnnlu
Out nndf-lH helrig most coidlully vol
eomod by her hosts ot friends.
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MRS. WALTER. F.
Slles Lattice flnytqrd, daugh,tor of The bridal tuble was a mass of
Dr. and Sirs. Adams a New York, Iwlilto rases and maidenhair fern. At
bccnlne the1 bride" dfSIr. 'WallrJSeh platb' vvutf foilnd"a Hnwallhii
Dllllliclinm' on Slny'l bf this jear. jlef, eompesed 'of brldn's roses und
They 'were married in'--Krorpnce,'fpntriPf ferns. This wng ilone -out
Italy, nt the ptilatlai vlllaJ-of Sllss'of-compllmunt to the gioom.- Dr.
(luylord's nunt, who Is icsldln:
there. StrLtly bpcnklng, tho ninr
;lngo cciemouy Was poi formed In
tho plctmesqiio (Impel gu this large
eilate. Ihe bilde, who Is n tall,
wjllovvy ileml-blnnde, vvllh vlolct
tolored eyes nnd light brown, hair,
looked beautiful In her wedding
gown of whlto tit lu, with gnrnl
twos ot lose "point laco. A wed
ding veil, with praj nt, orange
hlosjouis, completed the costume.
Sllss Alalia Illulr attended thebrldo.
Silts Blair Is i flit cousin nf Sirs.
Walter Dillingham, andfls consider
ed one of the beauties ot America.
The brldo wan also jittendod by two
little pages, who Hie lelatlves ot tho
fnmlly. Sir. Stiller, ot Un Angeles,
Cnl nttid as best nian. Aftor the
ceremony, an .lifiniial recepttoil waB1
held. A lurgo contingent of Hono
lulu people was prebobl, umong them
ox-Ouvernor nnd SlrsMteorgo Cjir
tcr.'SIr. nnd Slrk. Hurry Mncfurlunc.
tho Gerrt Wildeis, Sirs. Laurn
Wight, hor dauglTlor, Slls Ella,
and a uuuibeinf others. A beauti
ful wcddlntj breakfast, was teryed.
Tho limtliMn -guitji wero seated
at small inliloa t-oattcicd vjibout tia
spucloiih lanal, and each was dicorat-
ed with n cluster of long stemmed!
pink lows euught with mi nlry bow
of pink tulle. Tho placo cud3 woro
ulso "appropriately dcrorutHd vvllh
roses, and tho roae motif waa carried
mi! In thn 1,-rta ntiil t nnfrr llnna 1.",,1.
lowjng the lpncheon tho guo3U play
ed bridge, yiliose asked toinect Sllss
Hoffjiiau wero Sirs. Putinan,of Kami,
Sirs, Jack Biilch, Sjra, , Taylor, Sirs.
Oariett.-Slia. John wHrtii", Slrn, Ous
lav Schacfer, Sirs. Jamos Doughgrty,
Alts. Davldcon, Sirs Richardson, Sirs.
Harold Olffard, Stltr Vera Damon,
Sllss Irmn Uailentjne, Sllsji jRhpdvs,
Miss Fcrilnr, SH33 Tawrcnio, an;l Sllaa
Jlrs. Unroll Dlllinslirtni's luncheon.
Sirs. Uoraild IjllllyiJliij.in filter
tallied ThitrKJ,iy at Jujiiiiuini In hon
or of MM.' Slamiel (larrelt, Luncii
011 wjas h.eived t orio o'clock. 1 hu
table with It derorutlemot red nnd
whlto larnntlons, prerenteil an ht
traetlvf appearance. In the center
of the tabiO was placed n largo bII
ver hovyl, illled with thcto llowors,
while J1010 nnd theio.wcre nrraiiK
,ed uilulutiiie Bllyer baskets, illled
with leii carnations and maiden hair
fern, Placo cirds ornamented with
tho Ilawnllaq coat of anus were ued.iMPi and Mri pocko. swimming Party
Slis. Harold Dillingham .looked Mr ,, Mra jiermnn Focke enter
stunning In n blue and whltn flower- tttnc,i Thursday afternoon and ova
ed chiffon, ovfr wlillo satin. The. nnK nt a swlmmlnir pnrty .which was
gneHof honor Vmo nn hnpoited H-' given In honor or thn captain and of
gqrlo fioclf, Inlet with Ince, a large (iCers of tho Portugueso maimf-wnr
black hat "completed this rristume. snn Oabrlel., Tho guests went surf
Among those seated nt Jhe tublo . riding nnd swimming from llvo until
mint Slfsaiarold.I)JlllugliP4iV,S,lra jp",ou,,v.hpn ,a,bn,t,aupier vyjjs 'yrvftt
Ourrott, SIib. Hrdman, Sirs. Haro, on thu Walklkl Imial. TIJs laiial Vim
Adams, the father of the bride,
plated his largo motor car at their
disposal. Fiom Floronco they mo-r
tored via Venlco to the Austrian
Tyioty They arrived .nt Oberam
mcrgaii on Slay IS, where they wit
nessed the Pabsluu Play, and nluo
mot a number of old Honolulu
friends. On June second they sail,
ed for New York, nnd will arrive
In Chl'ago on Juno 10, visiting
Washington, D. C, en route. Sir.
Wnltcr Dillingham Is a Harvard
graduate, and Is proinlnent, both In
social nnd business circles in Hono
lulu, .Mr, undSIrs, Ilenjnmfn Dil
lingham, father und mother ot tho
groom, will lcavo on' tlhLSlbeiln, on
the 11th ot June, for the'malnland.
Their sou ,und daughter-in-law will
inert theni n San Frunclsco the,
II rut pirt o July. Sir. iuid Mrs.
Walter Dlllltghuni wlincturu on
tho Siberia, and will occupy tho I).
'if. Dillingham icsldcuco on Berc
tnnla ..iveimo. Thu Dllllnghams will
nut' build, as was nt Hist rumored.
They will take tlmo bcfoic rhooslng
n Hlte for a permanent residence.
Cast', Slhs While, Sllss WUholmlnu
Tenney, Slls-j AIko Spalding, Sllss
Vera Damon and others,
JIJes Cooper's Tea,
Sllbu Alice. Spalding, the brldo-
elect of, Lieut. Bow en. wag" the
complimented guest at a lea and
llrcn shower Hint was given by Sllss
AllcovCooper, nt her homo In Manoa
Valley Thursday afternoon, Tho
most Intimate friends ot Sllss Spald
ing were, InvUcd. A pretty llttlo BUr
prjbij wus In fitoro for the guent of
honor, for nil of her frtoudajirought
her beautiful pieces of linen for her
new homo. Among those present
,wrei Sirs. II .Castle, Sllss llallou
lyne, Sllsa Wood, SItsa S,paldlng,
Sllss SIcStocker, Sllss .Hoffman, SUsa
Oilman, Sllss Rcatnrlck, Mlsa 11. So
per, Sllss Vi. Lucas.
Mr. 'and Mr. Klehnhn's Ilinnor,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Fredmlck Klcbnhn
enlci tallied nt dinner, Friday evon
Inir. Tho lublo was beautifully dec
(l.nted In pink (roes nnd maiden
hair ferns, Handsome, plate cards
lifdfc.ilci tho plu-os for tho guests.
Covers wero laid for fourteen. After
dinner thu host, hustebs and ,olr
guctts attended tho Tennoy rccoptlon
on Lunalllo street.
hung vvlth Chlncsolaiilcjns, und was
artistically dccqrnlndi with palms.
Aftor dinner n ,niltnlier,of (ho ofllcors,
who, by thJ,vvny, ,arq talented mu
sicians, plajcd, mandolins nnd guitars,
and sang natlvq, ballads, Amoug thoso
who enjoyed this di.'lphtft)) untortalu
ment wero Commander Pinto Basto,
Admiral, nnd, Mrs. Revs,, Sirs. Ivors,
Slss Jessica,, brw In, SIIsr. ,'Dalsy Oras,
Sir. and Jlrss HprpliJ CictKv Sllss Wll
hclmlna Tenney, the.. Sllsses Whlto,
Miss Doiqtby w'ood, Sllss Slargarct
Castle, Count Connvarro, Consul
Ralph Fnrttrr, sirs. Ar'liur Brown,
Lieut. Antbal, Slesqulta. Oulmaracs,
nnd Ensigns Raiut (nclmajlo do Souza,
Fernando Fn,js nnd Ar(nando Peres
trijllo Boteiiiefro, arid dtucrs.
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Mrs. Ward's Luncheon.
A large basket Illled with rose col-
orcd pink brgonlas and maidenhair
fern ornamented thd beautiful ovnl
luncheon table 'Tuesday, when Sirs.
Ward of Fort do Rusty entertalnJ
halt, a dozen ot her friends n( lunch
eon. Tho color scheme vvns pink and
green. Dainty hand.palnttd placo
enrda with tho name and dnto wero
found at ench place". The entire ar
rangement gaVo "ono nn Impression of
spring tlmo, and' tho beautiful tablo
wns mnch admired: AmoWg theguests
p'reseliY werolMrr.' 1IaiitJ,'kwlfe.of Dr.
I.an6 oT tho Nnvyi "Sirs. Putman, wlfo
of Captain Wttman Vt Fprt de Russy;
Sirs. Frank ItolmnK-. wlfo. of Captain
Robards of U. S. Slarlne Corps; Sirs.
Slioedy, wlfo of Lieutenant Shccdy
or the Revenue Service, and Sirs. TuP
"nor, wlfo of Lieutenant Turner ot
Fort do Russy.
Mr. and Mrs. Hedeman's Dinner.
Sir, nnd Sirs. C. Hedeman enter
tained nt dinner Thursday evening, y
Tho guests wens seated ut a circular
tablo, adorned with sweet scouted
violets. The center piece was of'
violets, while corsage bouquets were
fourid at the places of the fair sex.
Among those present wore: Sir.
and Sirs. C. 0, Ballentync, Doctor
und Sirs. Hoflman, Sirs. -Allan
White, Doctor Hedeman and others.
Mr. and Mrs. Castle's Dinner. J
Sir, jind Sip. William Richards
Castlo ontcttnlneil Thursday ovoulng
In honor of Judgo Bcatty of Sun
Francisco. Dinner wns served nt
seven o'clock at n table ornamented
with rubes. Covers wero laid for '
twelvo; Alton dinner coffeo was
rorvei! on tho beautiful maknl lanal
ot this beautiful home,
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Admiral and iyir.,Rfs' Dinner.
(Saturday evening: Admiral nnd Sirs.
Rocs entertained nt dinner In 'honor '
of Commander y. F. Plnto Basto, nt
their homo In SInklkl. On this oc
casion tho abJerJ,'om which the din
ner was serjcif, wjaff'fragrnnt with hot
house flowers. Unlquo nnd. pretty
placo cards added to tho beauty of
the tabl. After dinner the all absorb
ing gama of brldgo was Indulged In. 1
Among Admiral and Sirs. Reps' din
ner guests wero Conuul nrfd SIrn.
Ralph Forster, Sir. and Sirs. Hcrmaii
Focke, Sirs. Mary Ounn. Miss Mar
garet Walker, Commander Pinto Bus- t
to and Count Conavarro.
Quite acpjiHngept of Army and
Javy fylk 15ft Way for Lollehun,
to attend tho polo gamo nud hop
which will be given' by the Fifth
Cavalry. These fortnightly hops
are enjojnliln. atifalrf and ono Is sure
to enjoy jtneniMlves. Among tho
scrvlco peoiilo whoU'ft thlsjmqrnliig
on the ulna fifteen train woro Lieut,
nnd Sirs. Wnrd, Captain nnd1 Sirs.
Fall", Captain' nnil'Mrs. Robards and
Captain and Men." Moore,
Sir. Stanley Konnody arrived on
the MonglMa, Sir. Kennedy lg at- l
dendlng college In California, hut
wMI spend his Hummer vacation with
Doctor and Sirs, O'Oay with their
family will leave on the Sierra, June"
8th for Portland. Ore,, where the
doctor will enter private practice
Sir, and Sirs. Harllgnn have (" been
much entertained nt Slaro Island alncq
UiJwr!wj.yio,r1oni ihrir wod.llm:
trip to Slontorey.