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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. rP.IDVf, JUNE 10, 1910.
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SOCIAL CHATTER se HOME TALK
enM 1 riilil nml llin flnali nf 1
"nlilrt nrmft. which ftinkn nn
nrmy wedding tnoro effective1
than nny other, wero In cv-
Idcnco nt the ceremony which
1 marked . tho nuptials of Miss Alice
nnd Lieutenant Gooree'
?0lc eland Bowon of the United States
lArftiy, nt St. Andrew's Cathedral, i
L V.'oJncsday evening, rromptly nt
Ca-O o'clnclc n full nested choir, undfr
IT i leddcrshlp of Hugo Ilcrzer. camo
Ifl .. . V !. .1.1 alnirlnn n fill
fl ..! down tho nlsle, singing a fav-
ijtltc lijmn of tno urines, nn 11 u
rJriUVQUtu:iilsLOlinllun. As soon as mis
bolr reached the choir stalls, Miss
Bn:mlly ?Talor, the church orKanlut,
rs.l.,....t1 ,.1,nirrln1i Uridine march.
?ttio four ushers, Lieutenant Pnrdec.l
fbt tho 10th Infnntry.Lleutenant Jnmes
jPof thelStli Cautlry, Lieutenant Chll-
fton of tho 10th infantry nnd Lleuton-,
It ant Gronlnger of tho Gth Cavalry,
T . il. . nntnn nldle
; camo siowiy uown i .-". '-" sll,C Kcntla Rebncln palm was er
J 'followed by tho ring bearer, Master rcclUcly ug0(i; tles0 ,,ams am cry
' j Charles' Chapmnn. tlie mue Bon oi
,-.-.-.. nl mnt. f tlm inih Infrtn-.
v;apiaiuj-vuaiu..w. . ...- -- I
try. Tile following llttio nowcr Rin, i ,,!ed nn(1 thoy Were so nrtlillcally ur
Mls Allcon'ndWtnrgarct Campbell. ed lnat one could wcll maglnel
Miss Elsie Phillips, Miss KUtherino
Kennedy, nrid Kfcatbhfi Waterhouse.
preceded tho maid of honor up tho
aisle. These cmuiren were excepuui. -
ally pretty, and added to the effective
noss of the wedding procession They
were clad In Empire dresses of pink
i'sllk mulle, Empire wrcnths of clelel
brunnor roses wero worn In their
hair; they carried dlrectotro staffs of
pink, with bows of tulle, nnd adorned
'i with pink roses.
Miss Allco Spalding wns attended
by hor two sisters, Mrs. M. M. CJar-
LrOU, WHO VI I.IVUICIIUUV umicn wi m
10ti Infantry, ncted as matron .pf
honor nnd Miss Ethel Spalding was
her bridesmaid. These beautiful girls
mado n stunning trio. Tho brldo jvas
the personification of loveliness nnd
daintiness, in her bridal gown of
,'whlto satin and lace. She Is a petite
blonde, with fair hair and largo bluo
eyes, nnd Is exceptionally pretty. Her
T? wedding gown was cut In tho cx-
I tremo of fashion, tho front of the
cown was"cnlIfWof rose point lace,
9 the tunic was caught hero and theio
I with natural orango blossoms. Tho
fcuppor portion of the frock was cm-
! I tirnlilnred. and the new pensant
sleeves -of lace gao tho flntshlnj
touch to this beautiful creation. -&.
iW Dnuai Veil WM VUIU au nwo vuuhu.
ft In a becoming manner by orange blos-
snmt Thn nnlv toweled ornament
If worn wbb a pearl pendant, which was
Cthe gift of tho groom. Miss Spald-
fttng did not carry tho conventional
brides bouquet, dui suosuuueu mi
Illuminated wedding book bound In
;whlte vellum, which was tho gift M
Bishop and Mrs. Henry Bond nea
tarlck on nrrlvlng at tho altar this
book was handed to the Bishop, and
tno Episcopal marriage servlco was
read from it. On(nccount of tho color
scheme of the wedding being pink,
ftlles Ethel Spalding, the maid of hon
or, was 'clad In a French embroid
ered chiffon of a delicate shade of
pink oer pink satin. This dress was
made with n tunic draped In tho new
par.ler effect, tho tunic was edged
with silver fringe, nnd tho corsage
was trimmed In cloth of silver, em
broidered In silver. On this occa
sion Miss Ethel Spalding looked un
usually beautiful; three silver bands
caught on each sldo with silver roses
wern worn In tho coiffure. The
matron of honor, bridesmaid nnd
finuer 'clrls wore gold brooches of
iff v The Choicest of all Ginger Ales
1 phone 270 Rycrqft's
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SB'KiBB, , t t J Jjaim UVrtj.tkM M T. 1X1.1U DVU.SiniejIIIKWn ,t.J vi-m. K n . tw.
uhlMi w..rn flifts lniin !h hrliln. Mn.
flrtrrett iVn.4 effettlvi'lv irnwnpd in
white- satin, with a bertha of duchcas
hue Tills late wns arranged In ens-
cadis oior tho train of white satin.
ml was caught here nnd there, alter-
mi) wlt'i tulle, nnd dellcnto orna-,
infivs amloncJ irnm clotn or golu.
i A handsome cold ornament was worn
in il'c hr.ir Tl-o bridesmaid and mnt-
n:i nl honor carried showtr bouquets
' a Franco loica On nrrlvlng at,
tl nliar, ths ushers drow tlielr Bab-
pri) Rnd croajcd lheBli for tlu, bridal
, (0 through. Tho St. An-'
, . .i.tliuJnt1 was elaborately dcti-'
-,,, for lllu occasion. Mrs. Arthur
,VI1. MIh A'nry Cuttnn, Miss Wllhpl-
.. ,, n..l.l. T..
( (0j( n intlmnt0 frenda of th6 '
lM had charK of lhp decorations.
(Jrcat cro(llt u aue lhcm for tht.y
wiij ( vCeedlnK,y Uenutlful. The altar,
q A mn38 of Rrccn folng(,( lu K.
rar(J nnd Rrow OTor twcnty ft.et In
... - ..
liolglit. 0cr n nunurcu oi mem were
that Ulcy md ,trnyoJ Into n tropical
Knrttcn u,,on entering tho church.'
LaTgQ baskets of Ii Franco roses and
1 madcn nnlr wtro Sti3iienIcd over-'
head. Tho altar was banked with 1 II i
les nnd maidenhair fern, the altar rail1
was hidden by pink roses nnd smllax.1
The choir stalls w ere decorated, with I
roses and whlto lilies nnd pots of.
maidenhair, while nrtlsttcnlly placed,
to break tho ijct lino of decoration,
wero tropfcnl palms. The pulpit was
completely concealed by feathery
bamboo and pink diuheis roses. On
tho top of tho pulpit wus placed n
largo fancy basket, containing these
roses, the basket was tied with
broad pink satin ribbon, tho Rtream
orjl railing midst th" greenery of
bamboo and Australian maidenhair.
Tho lecturn wns also banked with
mntdenhalr and roses, as was also tho
chancel rail. Bishop Henry Bond
Ilostarlck, tho groom, and his best
man met the brldo, who camo In lean
ing on tho nrm of her father, Mr. Kd
ward Irwin Spalding, a prominent
capitalist of this city. Tho officers In
thnlr full limns iinlfnrm.i. furnished
. eljcctvo foil for the dainty gowns
'of- tiro nttendnnt maids.
Aftcr the ImpTt'sMve weddln? ser
vice;- tho bride ami groom, waiKCU
through an avenue (if palms to tho al
tar rail, where they Knelt, nnd were
pronounced man and wife, by tho
Bishop. After signing tho register,
l.teptenant and Mrs. Gcorgo CIcvo-.
laud Bowen. nnd their attendants, to
tho Joyous strnlnu on Mendelssohn's
wedding march, left the church nnd
motored to tho brides former home
on Ptjnnhou avenue. Only the bridal
partyand relames were Invited to the
home. The bride nnd groom received
In tho drawing room, which wns dec
orated In American Beauty roges, the
back drawing room, where tho array
of presents wero displayed was also
ornamented with American Beauty
roses. Between tho large nrch ways,
tho feathery popper trco formed a cur
ialn of greenery. Tho corners of these
100ms wero decorated with potted
nalms and rare tropical plants. The
chandeliers wero festocned with slm
lax. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Irwin
Spalding helped receive with tho brid
al party, tho latter was clad In a Paris
gown of coral Satin, with a draped
skirt and trimmed with gold trim
mlngs, emhioldcred In two shndes of
coral silk, outlined with threads of
gold. Lttttn Miss Helen Spalding, tho
youngeBt Bister, looked extremely
pretty In bluo nnd whlto Batln over
"Drnxrinvr-CTJ a t rkTivrrt
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LIEUTENANT BOWEN AND HIS BRIDE.
blue. At this wedding many beautiful
frocks wero worn, they ure too num-
eroua to mention. Ll'ntennnt nnd
Mrs. Bowen nre great social faorltc
In Hc-nolulu, their hosts of friend
showered them with reniembrancss.
Among tho most noticeable present
was a chest of silver from Tiffany,
containing all tho flat silver for tho
tnb'e. thero was cut glass galore, raro
hrlc-a brae and brabi.93 fancy lamps,
tei and coffee services lu rllver, a
dinner set; handsome embroidered lln-
ens, slUcr candelabra, chafing dishes,
lu fact every thing that one would
ihciI tu inako a homo attracthe. A
little brfore ten o'clock tho wcddlm;
Biipper was served The bridal tnblo'Mt. Tantaliw, wheio the honeymoon
wn3 arranged on tho niakil lanil.
within a setting of white ajfl groen.
A handsomo cloth of Neapolitan' lnca
covered the circular tablo In tho cen
tcr was placed a sller basket con
talnlng bride's loses, veiled In whlto
tulle. At each corner of tho basket,
wero slher candle sticks, ornamented
with shades of Tiffany glabs, with
Tho cintrnl chandelier with Innumerable-
cUctrlc lights was concealed
by smllax nnd roses. Tho placo cards
were figures of brides, arranged on
standards. These mtnlatiiro brides
were dressed In white Batln, with the
conventional wedding el). Boxes of
Wedding cake, with Mr. and Mrs. Bo
wen's monogram embossed In sliver
wero nlsu found nt tho places.'' The
bi Ida's cako was cut by Mrs. Bowlii
with her husband's sword. This cake
contained a ring, a coin and thlmbls.
Tho ring fell to tho lot of I.t. Chilton,
much merriment was caused, for I.t.
'Chllfon nlsA got tho ring nt I.t. n'nl
Mrs. Barrett's wedding, soveral years
ago. The tradition being that he. will
bo the noxt ouo to ho njarrled of tho
party. Now Bocluty la on the iiil
vivo to know who thu lucky girl ma
be. Mrs. (Inrrott received ,lhu coin,
but It would not bo fair tn mention
who received tho thimble for that H
an omen uf splnsUrhood or bachcl.
oidom. Thn tablo for tho relnllvoi
wns set In tho largo upacloiiH dining
room of tho Sp.ildlng home adjoining
Sparkling, Sharp, Right
WAS SOCIETY EVENT
the lanal. This room was decorated
In pink catha carpus which Is a spe-
c.ca of blgonln. The side baard, cab
Inets nnd servlco tables wero cffcctlvc-
ly derorited with this llnwcr. The
comers of tho loom were banked with
bamboo. Tho table was In pink nnd
green, n lnrgo cut glass bowl, filled
with I.a Franco ro3Cs ornamented tho
table. Hcay sliver candelabra, or
namented with sliaclea, fastened after
ropes, adornej this table, tho place
cards woio tund-palnttd Cupids, the
handiwork of the fair young brldo
who Is fery artistic. Later In tho
evening) midst nBhwr-nfi.rIci' and
tonlettl I.t. and Mrs. Bowen left for
will bo spent at fleneral Davla' hotiut,
tho latter bslng a warm personal friend
of thu groom. This Jwoddlng. will long
be rcmembcTrcil ns toeing one of tho
most beautiful and elaborato functions
that has ever taken .placo In thoso
Tollowlng were among thoso prcs-
ont: Prof, and Mrs.W. T. Alexander,
.Mrn II. (1. Alexander, Mrs. B. M. Allen.
Mr., nnd Mrs. C. V. Ashford. Mrvund
Mrs. C. II. Atherlon, Mr. nnd Mrs. It.
W. Atkinson, Miss T. Aiken, Mr. nnd
David Ai..lertou, Mr. nnd Mrs. K.
Faxon Bishop, Hon, nn.l Mrs. C. It.
Hemonway. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bab.
bltt, Mr. and Mrs C. O. Ilallentyno,
Ju-lgo nnd Mrs. S. M. Ballon. Mrs. F.
T. lllckerton, Mr ni.d Mrs. L. (1.
Blackmail, ltev. nnd Mrs. V. II. 11 Iss,
Mr. and Mrs, It. V. Breckons, Hon.
Cecil llrown. Mr Oeorgo It Brown,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W II. Bnlrd, Miss
Bruce, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Brown,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1C. Brawn, Mrs.
Cnrrlo Jncoln Bond, Snr. I). de I..
Cnnnvarro, Mr. and Mrs. V. U.
Castln, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Castle,
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. A. Cooke, jtrs. C.
M, Cooke, Mr nnd Mrs. C, Montnguc
Cooko, MUfcs Coolio, Judgo nnd Mrs.
II, I J. Conpor, Messrh. Cooper, MIbs
IleliJeH, Mr. anil Mis. A. J. Campbull,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Miirutiin Campbell, Mr.
B, Cnrtwilght Ji., MIshes Cation,
Mcbsrs. Cation, Mr. mid Mrs. 3. Cox,
tho Mlnnes Alexander, Mrs. ', P.
Allen, Mr, and Mrs. P. C. Athcrton,
i ' " t, , ryt tf ,
Mltsos Atherlon, Mr. and Irs. .it
Austin, Mr. nml Mrs. T. h. Austin,
Dr. nnd Mrs. 11. V. Anderson, Dr.
;. W. T. Ilnldwln. Mr, nl:d ,
Mrs. A, W. T. Bottbmly. Mr. and MrB.
S.M. Baldwin, Mlscca Ballontyne. Mr,
-ind Mrs. Arthur Berg,, Mr. and Mri
Spencer lllckerton, Mlsj Ifolilswnrtl),
Mr. nnd Mil, C. G, Bockus, Mr, an
Mm. A M Blown, Mr. and Mrs. Wll
1-iid llicwn, Mies M, A, Bit. I a '.(.
Miss Boidinnu, Mr. nnd Mri. B:nJ
tnln llalrtwln, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Boluii
MI ses IJiown,' Mr, K. B.ow-n, Mrs
Ki.inu Brown, Mr. and M s. Beard
more, Mivnnd Mis A. I,. Cutle, MIsi
Beatrice Castle,' Mr, and Mrs. J. P
Cfoke. Mr. and Mrs, C. II, Cooke, Mi'i
Allrc Cooke, Mr. ai-1 Mrs A. P
Co-ke, Ur and Mrs C II. Cooper
Mlrtcj Coop? , M s, L. A, Cor.oy, Mts
UenJe. Mr. unit M '. A. Comtnbte
Mr, and ..Mis. 'A, N. Campbell, Mr.
Bruro Cartwrlglit, Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
Catton. Mlsn M. Cobb, Mrs. P. Cen
o Mls'et Center, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cmim Mi iiml Mi. E, L. Culihn
Hon nnd Mrs S.' II. Dole, Mr. nn'l
Mrs II (1 IJHlltiqhil.-n, Mr, rind MtJ
'X Clle I) ivies, Mr, and Mrs, C. Du
Bui Miss May Damon, Miss Vera
Dimrn, Mr.' nnd Mrs. II. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. II. M. Dcnnlsan, Mr. George
Dennlsou, Miss 0. Dodge. Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Dougherty and vfnnilly,
Mis. II. C. Coleman, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, sir. nnd Mrs. A. V. Curler, Mr.
Oliver Carter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas
Dickey, ticnercl and Mrs. Edw.
Davis, iltt. at. 1 Miss Flanders, Itevi
mnd Mts.' J. P. Er'dman, Mr. nnd Mrs.
.h L. Fleming, Mils-Irene Fisher, Mn
md Mr. W,, U, Emory, OoVernor and
Mrs. Walter P. Prear,- Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph O, E. Porster, Madame- Frln,ue,
Mile. Oral, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. It. Frai
ler, Mr. (leoigc Fuller, MIm Frelth,
Mr. nml Mrs. V. M. (Irnham. Mr. mid
MrB. V. M. Qlffotd, Miss C. A. Oil
man, Miss Cordelia Oilman, Mrs.
Mary Gum., Mr. ami Mrs. A, It.
Qurrey Jr.i Mr. and Mrs. John Guild,
Mm. Ell7Ubeth Church, Miss Chip
man. Mr; and Mis. J as. I). Dale, Mr.
and Mrs. B, P. Dillingham Mr. and
Mrs. W. Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
U Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Dtmon,
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Fred Damon, Mr. und
Mrs. C. W. C. Deorlng. Miss Dennl-
son, Mr, and Mrs. F. I)Jdge, MIs3
Mnudo de Brcttevllle, Mr. nml Mrs.
I. M. Dowtott, Miss E. Cross, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. L. Cockburno, Miss Susan 11.
Clark. MIsjcs Cartor, Mr. II. C. Car
ter, Mr. P. It. Day, Miss Irwin, Mr
L)le Dickey, Mr and Mrs. J. Infring
er, Mrr. A. Eldrldge. Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hi Flcher,
Mr, nul Mrs. Wnllaco Farrlmlon,
Mr. Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. Philip
Frcar, Mr. and Mrs. C, M. V. Forster,
Mr, and Mrs. It. KoAe, Mrs. Andrew
Fuller, Mrs. Elizabeth Fruth, Mrs. A.
n. Poster, Miss Foster. Mr. und Mrs
A. Gurtley, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Glf
fard, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oilman,
Miss Helen Irwin, Mr, und Mrs, A, It.
Gurrey, Mrs. Gullck, Dr. nnd Mrs.
M. E. Grossman, Miss Doris Glider,
Miss Gra.Mlon, Mr, and Mrs. A.
Hochti e, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kimball,
Mrs. C. Elston, Mr, nndllrs. ,7. Ilurd,
Mrs. Hyde Smith, Mrs. II. Halstead,
.Mr, nnd Mrs. C. Ilodemann, Mr, and
Mrn. J. Hcdemann, Mrs. Evan- ynr
uer, Mls C. Mull, -Mr. and Mrs. Sey
mour Hall, Mr, nnd MrB. Ariuln
Hnnncherg, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. MclC.
Harrison, Hon. A. S. Hartwoll, Pay
mnsfer anil Mre. J. It. Hornflerger,
Mr. O. Hiltc'li. Miss Bo3lo Herbert.
Mr. nnd" Mrs. Hugo' Herzger, l)r. lod.
(In Miss Muriel Hawatt, Ml uses
Hopper, Miss ILopper, Mr. George
Isenberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Plprco Jones, Mr. nnd
Mrs. ttalph Jolutnn, Miss Agnes
.inilil, Mr. Merle .Inhnhon, Miss I.oriui
Iailkea. Mr.' nml M. I). P. It.lfcnhcrg
Mies J Keiineily,- Mr and Mrs V A
Kinney, Mr urn! Mrs C. II. Kfottgcl, Mr
and Mrs. G6orgo Kleugei, Prof, and
Mrs. Grimths, Major Ilnlurs, Mltses
Nothing copmon about it
.!' 4', .'
Hoffmnnn, rtrs1. O. F. Hart, Itev. riml
Mrg A I( I mil. Mi-, and Mrs. Prank
,.,,, .... t.nin,. . ,, ,,
- ,,.' n. . M .., - ,. .
Hcdemnun. Dr. nnd Mrs. V. C. Hob-
dy, Jlrs. W. V. Hall, Mr", nnd Mrs
E. Half, Mr and Mrs II. Holmes, Misses
.lnitwell, Dr. and Mis, Hammond.
Mi. and Mrs. George Herbert, Mr. E.
.1. liendiy, Mr. and Mrs. C, S. Hollo,
vaj, Mr. and Mrs. Howaid D. Hitch
o k, Ml', ulid Mis., V L. Hopper,
.i.i b. J, A. Hoppor, Mr; and Mrs. K.
I. Imlnlshl, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. Ivers,
.i!rt. K. A. J0U03, Mil MiliitlO Jones',
.ills. Agnes II. II, Judd, Miss Helen
ludd, Dr. and Mrs. J. 1). .Tudd. Mr.
ud Mis. Curtis IauXea, Mr. ai.d MrB.
V. G. Irwin, Miss Leunora Irwin,
dr. uh-1 Mrs. J. Kennedy, Mrs.- O.
AOiined), Mr. nnd Mru. P. , Klamp,
Miss May Klouget, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Kopkn, MIbecs Kopkc, Mr. nnd Mrs.
ft. A. Jordan, Mr. ai.d Mrs. E. V.
Ionian. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. It. King,
Mr. Lewis. King, Mr. nnd Mrs. p. V,
,-Clcbahn, Messrs. I.owrcy, Mr. nnd
Mil-. A. Lewis Jr., Mr, Fred. Lowis.
ludgo nnd Mrs. A. Lindsay Jr., Miss
-ow.'MnJor nnd Mis. Chas, G. Long,
Mr. nnd Mrs. The'n. I.ansli.g, Mrs.
l.awrcnco. Miss S. Lucas, Mltses
-utias, Mr. and Mrs. V. I.anz, Mr.
ind Mrs. I.a n en. Mr. nml Mrs. Clipjtni-
..tvlngston, Mrs. Henry Macfartanc, '
Mr! nLd Mrs. Fred Mncfnrlane,- -Mr.
ind Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, Dr. audi
.Mis. J. S. McGrcw, Mr; nnd Mrs.
.Malcolm Mclntyic, M'ibs rvniliomio
jtephens, Mr. 11. E. Mclntyre. Mrs.
I. Mist, Mlsr. Edith Mist, Mr. Mist,
Mlrs E. Meyer, Mr. ail Mrs. J, Mbr.
in, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. it: McStocker,
Misses McStocker, Mbs Jus'tlne Mc
Clanahan, Dr. and Mm. McLennan,
Dr. nnd Mrs. II. T. .Murray. Mlw II.
.McCorrlston, Mr. McConlston, Mlas,
.Marsh, Mrs. E. Miii.sarrat, Dr. und
Mrs. Montarrat, Mr. W. II. Mcln
crny, Mr, J. D. Mclnerny, Mlsn M,
.Mclntyre, Mist K. Mclntyre, Dr.
Miner. Mlu Gladys Miner. Mr. Chris
Jenkins, Misses Joritai:, Mr. Allison
Jordan, Mr, nml Mrs. T. I. King. Mr.
Thomas King, Miss Claire Kelly, Mr.
and Mrs. Fnnny Loie, Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Lewis. Mr. nnd Mre. Itoberl
jLewers, Mr. am! Mrs. Ebcn Low,
dipt, nnd Mrs, W. W. Low, Misses
Ladd, Miss Frances Lawrence, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Lucas, Mr. It. Lucas,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lucas, Miss G
Langtnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II. Long,
Mr. nnd Mrs, n, Lynn, Mr, nl.d Mrs.
Wilbur MniNlel, Gen.'nnd Mrs. J.
McClellnn, Mr, and Mrs. (!. l.jciirgns.
Miss Macfarlane, Altss Allen Macfar
lane, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McCaiidtess,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hepburn, Mr. Heynold
McGrew, Mrs. C. A. Mackintosh, ltev.
and Mrs. A. A. Merrllli Miss Agnes
Mclntyre, Mr, Newton Lord Nlellols,
Mr. Pnul Muhlendorf, Mr, E. A. New-
combe, Mrs. Sara Newcbmbe, Mr, nnd
Mrs. C. II. Olsen, Miss Agnes Wick-
,trum, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, M. Oat, Mrs.
I'arke. Miss A. Parke. Miss J, Parked
Mr, W. C, Parke, Mrs. i. WaluHdgc,
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Pond, Mr, nml Mre. E. 13,
Paxtnn, Mr. and Mrs. E.' Wells Peter
ton, Mrs. M. I'etcn-on, Mr. and Mrs,
Pfotenhauer, Mr, nnd Mrs. George
Potter, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Pratt, Miss
Eilntco Prai Doacbncas Potter. Capt.
md Mrs. C. F, Pond, MIls Elizabeth
Tond. Mr. J. B. Pond. Dr. and Mrs.
"utnam, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Paris,
Miss LU Paty, Hon, Samuel Parker,
Mrs. Pearson, Admiral and Mrs. C.
P. Ilecs, lit, Ilev. and Mrs. H. II.
Ttesiarlck, Misses Ilostarlck, Mr. A.
Bestarlck, Mr. and Mrs. George Bo
tileli. Dr. and Mr.s. J. II. Itnymond,
Miss Violet Makec, Mrs. -8. Hobert
on, Miss ara.e Robertson, Mr. 'and
Mrs. George It. lloborUon, MlBses
Rolicrloiii (Mrs. It. Bycrnft, Misses
Ttycrofl, Mr. W. Uycroft, Mr. nnd
Mrs, J. L Robinson, Hon, Mnrk P.
Uoblnron. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rlch
irdson, Mr. nnd Mrs. ltlconberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Thco. Richards, Madame
Rans, Mile. O. Raas, Mlas - Ada
Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. E A. Ross,
A i H HfH
i: iii- -t
Mr", -nntl Mrs." GeoVge Renton. Mr.
George llnnton Jr., Mr. Lewis Ren
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Reed, Hon. nhd
Mrs. C. A, Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W. II,
Rleo, Miss Emll Rice, Mr1, and Mrs
A. N. Smith, Mies, Allco Smith. Mr
I. Short, Miss Shott, Hon. and Mrs.
E. A. Mott Smith, Mr. and Mrs. FrK.
C Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Swnnay.
Miss I-fotn tl. 8wnnzy Mr. and Mfs.
Geo. W Rmltii, Hot!, and Mrs. W. O.
Smith, Mr, nnd Mrs. Robert Shingle,
Mr. nnd. Mrs. F. A. Seha'efer, Mr. and
Mr- OuMnv SehaefervMr: nnd M$s.
t. IL Soper, Misses Soper, Mr. T.
8oper, Mr. and Mrs. W, II, Soper, Mr.
and Mrs. E R.- Staekable; Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. StackaMc. Miss E. p.
Snow, Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Stackor,
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Mls3 Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Sc6lt, Prrff.
nn.l'Mrs. M. M. Scott, Miss Marldn
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. II. S'hultae, Rev.
and Mis. K. T. Simpson, Judgo nrid
Mrs. V. L. Stanley, l.nrty Heron. Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Sutton, Mrs. E. P.
Savery. Mr. Edmund Stlle3, Mr. artd
Mrs.- H, D. Tenney. MIbs Wllhelmlm
Tannav, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ai'Thurt
ton, Mrs. F, Bahnard, Mr. nnd Mrs.
W, H, Shlpman, Misses Shlpman,
Miss fc'toven Mrs, Ji. M. Sproul. MIsi .
Sheldon, Miss A. TowLsend, Mrs, A.
Tuckor. Mils Anna 'Tucker,' Miss
Thompson. Mr.- Robert Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman, Canon
and Mrs. John Uslorn, Mr, Curzon
Utborn, Miss Clalare Noclio, Mr. and
Mrs. H. von Holt, Mr. .nnd 'Mr. C.
von Hamm, Mr. i nd Mrs. B. voh
Damon, Mrs. Ddra von Tempsky. Mrt
Dowsett. Mr. A. Mcklbbln. Mr. S.
Uyeno, Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. WelnrlcB,
Mrs. 1!. Wundenberg, -Mrs. Anna S.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Wood,
Mre. Cnpwcll, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Wnldrou, lev. 'and MrC"Wadmnn,
Mri. Laura Wight, Miss Ellrf Wight,
Mrs, Jue Walker, Misses Walker,
Mrs. II. II. Walker, Mr. Sam Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. T.
It. Wulker, MUa Beatrice Walker,
Miss I.oun Wltford, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Watson, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S.
Wight, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wnlte.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Wight. Mrs. Wrn.
Williamson, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Wood,
Mlej Dorothy Wood, Mrs. W. C.
Wlldor. Mr. and" Mrs. Chas. Wilder,
Mrs. a. K. Wilder. Mrs. E. K. Wilder.
Hon. and Mrt: A. A '.Wilder, MF. nnd
Mrs. Arthur Wall, Dr. A. C. Waif.
Dr, and "-- 1. E. Wall. Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. T. K.
Willi, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Whltneyj
Capl.iln and Mrs. Geo. Moore, Cap
tain and Mrs. W. II. II. Chapman)
Captain and Mrs, Chas. C. Smith,
Captain Morton P. Smith, Captain
Cha?. W. Exton, First Lieut. John 9.'
MeCurey, Flfst Lieut. Austin M. Par-dee,-Stcond
Lieut. Alex. W. Chlltonj
Second Lleutt Joseph A. Rogers,
Major and Mrs. Jas, W. Kennedy,
Lieut, and Mrs. E. K. Johnstone,
Mrs. Joinings Mrs. Baldwin, MIbj
Margate! Allen,- Mr. and- Mrs. Bettlo.
Jiulgo Eddlngs, Mr. D. L. Coukllng-,
Mf. an 1 Mrs. Lorln Andrews, i.ieut.
Col. IL W1, Wheeler, Major and Mrs.
P. W. Foster, Captain and Mrs. W.
A. Holbrook, Captain and Mrs. C. C.
Walcutl, Captain, and Mrs. H. o. , u
lard, Captain and Mrs. C U. Day.
Captain nnd Mrs. W. B. Scales, Cap
tain aid Mrs. C. S. Halght, Captain
and M- " Sturges, Captain wno;
W. Jenkins, Captain Wm. D. For
syth. PlrBt Llout1. and Mrs. D. D.
Gregory, First Lieut, and Mrs. J. H,
Barnard. First Lieut, and Mrs. a. i.
Morrisdii. First Lieut, nnd Mrs. O.
W. Stewart, First LJeul. John K.
Hume, Second Lieut. Philip II. Sher
idan, Eepond Lieut. ChaB. S. Hoyt.
Second Lieut. Alex. L. James, Second
Lieut. Homer M. Grainger,- Second
Lieut, nnd Mrd." A. W. Hanson,' First;
Lieut, and Mrs. T. II. Cunningham,
Flrsl Lieut. John 0. WlMer. Second
Lieut. A. 11. Dojkney, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwards, Lieut. James A, O'Connor,'
Lieut, nnd Mrs. L. H. Watklns, Caj't.
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