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kvrwno miLt.nTW, Honolulu, t. it., svnmnw. .tuNn is, i!i,o.
Wi.llukn FiirDTrcIl to Her. ami Mr.
t . .Wnlluku, Juno 17. Rev. Cnnon and
Mrs. Wm' Ault nnd family left for
... Honolulu on last Wednesdny'H Clni.d
Ine ,and If there Is any person whoso
departure, from Maul during the past
decade has been so deeply regretted
as that of the faithful and gonial rcc
.tor of' The Church of tho Good Shop-
-, , herd, the peoplo of Maul would llko
, to JJd him out. In every quarter
4 .from tho highest, to the lowest, nil po
litical factions, natives and whites
alike, his going lias carried sincere
( regret In many homes. Cnthollcs and
Protestants nil liked him. Tho church
V committee passed a resolution of re
great at his going. Ills Lordship tho
night Rev,. Bishop II. II. Rcstarlck
wrote, "to the church committee that
he acted only when he folt sure that
tho Rev. Canon Short, who Is to take
' Mr. Ault'a place, was fully capable to
fill the vacancy, having had long
years experience, both In Massachu
setts and ' Oregon beforo coming to
,; Hawaii. Mr. Short Is expected in
Vr'alluku - from Honolulu tomorrow
. V ' The .Ladles of.tlie dnlld of tho
Church of tho Oood Shepherd pre-
'.. Dented Mr. and Mrs. Ault with a sll-
.,"'" yer platter Inst- Tuesday und tho
friends of Mr; Ault In, Wnlluku, Ka-
hulul, Puunene, Mnkawao, and La-
.',. h'alnu will shortly remembor him
" .with something' that may not bv .'is
' ' ' yaluable as the diamonds of the Onek-
. a , .war.of Daroda,, but intrinsic value of
-. '.which to the recipient would make
"f-i-'lhat'-feem of thollfndu liotciltate np-
'. -i pear insignificant.
' "" '' A grand reception was given at the
'' Walluku Town JInll last Monday
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closed-cars with fore-door bodies. One quality; two sizes
the '-Packard "Thirty" and the Packard "Eighteen" Town Car
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ovenlng for Mr. nnd Mrs. Ault and
nearly two hundred of tho host peo
ple of Wnlluku, Kahulul, PuunoneJ
Sprcckclsvllto, Makawao, and Wnln
koa were present The stage was
profusely decorated with potted ferns
by the ladles working under tho di
rection of Mesdamcs Williams, Welgtit
nnd Kepolknl. After tho reception
there was dancing to tho music fur
nished by tho Walwatofe stringed or-,
chestrn. A violin, cornet and piano
trio by Mr. H. W. Pogue, ,Mr. C. D.j
Lufktn and Mrs. Dora von Tcmpsky,
received tho hearty plaudits of thn
largo gathering present. It Is safe
to say that Wnlluku has never before
gathered together under ono roof such
a brilliant assembly of tho bent so
ciety iupla of Mnul. Mrs. Dorn von
Tcmpsky from Krewhon, Kulu, Mr. L.
von Tempsky nnd Misses von Temp
sky from Haleakala were there.
Among others present woro: Man
ager and Mrs. P. P. Baldwin, Super
intendent and Mrs. J, N. S. Wil
liams, Manngor nnd Mrs. II. I), l'en
luillow, Senator und Miss Eva Robin
son. Judge nnd Mrs. S. D. Kingsbury,
.ludgo nnd Mrs. A. N. Kepolkal, Mag
Istruto and Mrs. W. A. McKny, Mr,
and Mrs. C. D. Lufkln, Mr. nnd Mrs.
D. C. Lindsay, llev. 12. II. Turner, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jt J, Walsh, Cnptnn Charles
Wilcox, Captain nnd Mrs. W. K. Bal.
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Thompson, llev.
nnd Mrs, It. II. Dodge, Itov. Canon nnd
Mrs. Wallace, Mr. And Mrs. Carl Som
merfeld, Mrs. P. Sommerfeld, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. Fantom, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. II.
Hardoy, Dr. ,und Mrs. J. Woddlck, As
sessor nnd Mrs. J. II. Kunowa, Court
Clerk 12. II. Hurt, the Misses Hart,
Mrs. Louisa II. Judd, Sheriff W. P.
and Mrs. Saffery nnd tho Misses Snf-
111 PACKARD "THIRTY"
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MOTOR CARS 1 1' ?;
fcry, Miss Nancy Cummlngs, tho
Misses Emma, Nnncy and Ellen Dan
lels, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hanson, Miss
Jennie Hansen, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11.
Streubcck, Mr. and Mrs. A. fjurcla,
Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin Oarcla, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. I). Schraoder, Mr. and Mrs,
Hen Williams, Miss Balcom, Miss
Norn Turner, Miss Babpock, Miss
Chnrlotte Turner, Mrs. W. Mossman,
Miss Princes Marshall, Mr. and Mrs
E. J. Walker. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II.
Field, Miss Violet K. Kcola, Mrs. liny
selden, P. It. Hnynelden, Mr. und Mrs
Fred Hayeeldqn, tho Bui lo tin rep-
reacntatlvo and many others. Ice
cream and enkes were served tho at-
tcr part of the evening. Dancing was
kept up until almost midnight, when
tha gny assombtago began It) dis
Tho los 'Angeles Times contains the
following account of tho Itowley-
More than 10,000 pink rosebuds
were used to decorate for the smart
and beautiful wedding of Miss draco
Itowley nnd Thomas Caldwell Itldg
way last evening In Immanuel Prcs
bytcrlnti Church. The blossoms woro
used against n background of palms
nnd maidenhair ferns, which brought
Into relief the handsome gowns of the
bridal party nnd those of tho fashion
nble throng Which filled the church,
tho people of which later wcro guests
nt tho reception nt the Ebell Club
house. T. 11. Wright hud charge of
tho decorating nnd not for many
months has n church or clubhouse
looked more beautiful. The entire ed
lflce was canopied with 'asparagus
fern, while tho organ was draped with
rY nftMn rtti4
..l.kiw ...1 ..wrn
gti'cncry nnd nulllnnd with tho -flow
crs. On either side of the pulpit stood
growing rose bushes about nine feet
high, and the choir sang behind a cur
tain of bamboo and palms. The pul
pit was banked with pink nnd the
aisles were marked with satin ribbon
nnd shower bouquets of the flowers.
Tho bride, who Is n daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin S. Itowley of Meulo
avenue, wore nn exquisite robo of
white Satin draped with white chif
fon, embroidered In roses, with sliver
centers. Tho yoke nnd sleoves wore
of rent lace and nho carried brlda
roses and woro n beautiful veil. Miss
Evelyn Kennedy, cousin of Miss Itow
ley, assisted as maid of honor and
woro iftle green satin with chiffon
overdress. This was trimmed with
pearls and crystal. An arm bouquet
of bridesmaid r.ones completed tho
dainty attire. The maids. Miss Flor
ence Silent, Miss Annls Van Nuys,
Miss Iluth Stcrry, Miss Mary Clark,
Miss Mary Ilurnham, Miss Mary Llnd
ley, Miss Ollvo Harpham and Miss
Ethel Shaw, wcro attired In gowns
shading from the palest pink Into a
deep roso tint with tunics of spang
led marquisette. .They carried pink
brldosmnld roses. Dr. Henry Owon
Eversoll was best mnn and tho ush
ers word MaJ. Andrew James Copp,
Courtland Drown, Don Carlton,
Oeorgo Ennle, Raymond Mooro and
J. It. Coffman. Archibald' Sessions
played the wedding marches nnd u
doublo quartet sang tho "Drldut Chor
us." Arcnd played nt the clubhouse,
where quantities of the pink roses
were effectively used. Tho court wob
canopied with terns matted with dcli
cato rose lights, and over the bride's
table a Bimllar arrangement was used.
Shower bouquets of roses and maid
enhair ferns hung from the center of
the ennopy nnd nt each end of the
table a stately bush of Ulrich Drun
ner roses extended to the covering.
In tho center a mound of pink was
attractive and nt tho fourteen smaller
tables baskets of roses were used.
Tho bride Is one of the most lovnblo
and vivacious of the younger girls.
She Is a graduate of Marlborough.
Later she attended Mt. Washington
Seminary near Baltimore. Sho lias
traveled through Europo and has a
charming nnd Interesting personality.
Mr. Hldgway Is a graduate of Colum
bia University nnd Is nn nttorncy.
Among the wedding gifts to the
young people is a. .now home, present
ed by the bride'i'parents, tho com
pletion of which will bo soon after
their return front 'a trip. Until then,
they will receive at No. 2621 Menln
Honolulu Is becoming a more nnd
moro populnr place for Southern Cal
ifornia bridal, coulftps to spend their
honeymoons In. Last weok Mr. nnd
Mrs. Van Marston of, Pusadcna were
lioro making tho round trip voyngo
on the Sierra. Mrs.. Marston was for
morly Miss Hatfield of Berkeley, nnd
was a prominent Kappa Gamma. Mr.
Marston is a young architect, n Cor
nell man, and is tho only son of ono
of tho old families of Pajadonn.-
On tho last voyage of the Mongolia
Mr. und Mrs. Donn Piatt Hurrlson
of Pasadena arrived to spend theli
honeymoon hero. They left tho day
after their arrival for tho volcano, re
turning today. Mrs. Harrison was
formerly Miss .Frances Nichols, n pop
ular young tcachor In the -Madison
school of Pasadena, and their wee
ding, two weeks ngo In Pasadena,
which took place ut All Saints' Epis
copal church, was u most beautiful
- Sometime this month Mr. Nlckcrson
of Pusudena will bring his bride, a
Portland. Oregon, cirl. hero on their
Will Itrslde Permanently.
Among the recent arrivals by thr
last Mongolia wero Mr. and Mrs.
George Drako Ruddy, well known
people of 1.08 Angeles, who have dis
posed of their Cos Angoles. holdings,
brought their furniture and without
ever having visited Honolulu before,
have come hero to reside permanent
ly. Both have travelled widely and
made up tholr minds that Honolulu
was tho placo they wished to call
home for tho present Mrs. Ruddy Is
a writer, and nn old timo chum of
Ella Wheeler Wilcox with whom she
Worked during her girlhood. She has
published several books und Is n
writer iif verso' and short sketches.
She Is n member of the Friday Morn
ing .Club, Tbo Southern California
Women's Press Club und ninny other
prominent clubs of Los, Angoles und
for many years, baa' been prominently
Identified with all club and nhilnn-
'ihroplc movements In Los Angoles.
Tho Pulolo Social Club nut at tho
home of Clias. Schoenlng lust Monday
ovenlng. Pedro was tho entertaining
feature and seven well-contested
games eventuated. Refreshments wore
served after the games. Aiuojig those
attending wore: Mr. und Mrs. Orm-
Iston, Mr. and Mrs. Schoenlng, Mr.
nnil Alru llnv.l Mt titt.l Mm f.. prill
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Mr. and Mrs. Poster, ,Mr. and Mrs,
I Hideout. Mrs. Wright, Miss Kthol Day,
tfMr Clyde: Wright, ;Mr, 'Mcdarvlo. .'
Wltte-Hamllton Nuptials. ,
On h 12th of July, Miss Ethel
Hamilton will become the bride of
Mr. Walter Wltte. The ceremony
will take place at the brldt's home In
Rio Vista. Cal. Miss Hatni.ton has
been a teacher at KaawnLha Semi
limy for tho past two years, In fact
net her fate In these islands. This
young girl Is a great social favorite,
both In Honolulu and In her omo
town. Sho l a tall blondo with Ti
tian hair and a daitllng complexion.
Miss Hamilton Is vivacious and a
brilliant conversationally. She Is n
graduate of tho University of Califor
nia In 1D0S, and Rtood at the head of
her clnss. Mr. Walter Wlttc Is also a
college graduate, having attended '
Cornell. Mr. Wltto comes of a proml.
ncnt New York family and at thoi
present time Is visiting his relatives
In tho KaBt. Ho Is cashier of the Ho
nolulu Plantation nnd Is a prominent
Elk of this city. Mr. Wltto Is the
nephew of Mr. Blsck, tho California
capitalist, who is nlso Interested In
the Honolulu Plantation. After their
mantsge Mr. nnd Mrs. Wltto will do
the usual two or three months' sight
seeing in California', and will return
to the Islands In October and take up
3 permanent residence at Alga. Miss
Hamilton left for home on the last
Lurline and Is the recipient of much
attention In her home town.
Cance at Moana.
Tho graduating class of Punahou
Collcgo gave a dellghtlul dance Friday
.evening, nt the Moana Hotel. Tho
dancing took place In the large din
'ng room of that opular carlvansary.
Tho side walls of this room was hung
with .Harvard, Yale and Princeton
flags, white colored pennants were
strung overhead, "producing n beauti
ful effect. Tho tnauka side of this
long room was banked with palms,
ferns and bamboo, in the center of
this decoration was a college emblem
of the letters O and C and were com
posed of red and whlto flowers. Those
letters wero Intertwined, and stoad for
Oahu College red and whlto are the
class colors. Hawaiian musicians
were Concealed behind a screen of
tropical foliage and discoursed spleu
.lid dance music during the evening.
Dancing began shortly before nine
o'clock and continued until midnight.
Thn dance programs wero very ar
tistic they boro a heavily embossed
letter O In rfd and an embossed C In
white with 1910 between the two let-
crs In gold. Tho lower portion of
the card was decorated in scrolls of
rd, whlto nnd gold. Punch was BerV'
?d during tho evening, about eleven
o clock delicious refreshments, were
served, consisting of ices, ..cakes, and
sandwiches. The Moana Hotel Is on
Jdeal place for a large entertainment.
the ball room Is spacious and the com
modious Iannis, make an Ideal place
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In promenndo .'urlng the Inlermlss'nns
oi tno uances. jno largo grounds sur-
rounding the Moana, were brilliantly
lighted with myriads of electric light?.
About four hundred guests were lks-
MIm Atherton's Br.dne Party.
Wi-ilnpiinV nftornrun Ml Inllntfn
Athcrton entertained at bridge In lion'
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Inntlnn nnlArtalnn.l nl lnl.lifA In l,nn.
......u ui u.iusv ,.i,i,- ,,,, ()n v1ery concert stage nnninT,
oue guest. Miss Lillian cvcry home She has fascinating"!,
Piedmont, Cal., and MlssWB). of paying icr accompsfclmcntsTl;.,1
or of her hou
.Flora Benton ,of Imperial, Cal. The
guests wero Invited for half after two,
and rhortly bolero three the playing
began. An enjoyable, afternoon wns
spent. Miss Perrler, who is visiting
Miss Vera Damon, won the first' prize,
and the second prlte was awarded to
Miss Harriet Young. Shortly after
five delicious refreihments were serv
ed. Thn pretty home of Charles Ath-
erton wns nttlstlcally decorated In
red carnations. Tho following young
people were present: Mrs. Harold
Castle, Mrs. Harold Berry iif Snn
Francisco, Miss Atherton, Miss Lillian
Barnard. Miss Flora Benton Miss
Frances Fcrrler, Miss Helen Hnbron,
Miss Cordelia Oilman, Miss Muriel
Howatt, Miss Irma Ballentyne, Miss
Marie Unlloutyne, Miss WlUielmlna
Tenner, Miss Allco Cooper', Miss Al
meda Townicnd, Miss Maude do Bret
tevllle, Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss Jes
sie Kennedy, Miss Margaret Water
house Miss Eleanor. Waterhouse,
Miss Marjorle Peterson, Miss Vera
Damon, Miss (Irace Walthiuan, Mlts
T. Cockroff, Miss Harriet Young.
Captain and Mrs. Robard's Dinner.
Pink roses ornamented the dinner
table of Captain, and Mrs. Prank Ro
bards when tlity- entertained a halt
dozen of their friends at dinner Wed
nesday evening. Covers were laid for
eight. In the' center of, this charm.
ingly appointed table was placed a
large cut- glass, bawl filled 'with
Duchess roses. At the four corners of
44 tdh1 asi i.liinA.1 avvbIaI rab ! t ftJ
slicks ornamented wlth - iroseSsfia'dWris
which shed n becnmlns glow over tho
assembled guest s On this occasbJivb
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.liny irnnsimri inr run iuveuwurin.
Captain nnd Mrs. JJoprir.trfEyilMJJvlfi. , ,,. k.i V "J
Infantry werrfiB V8ftiljinSnie.f. y? Mr" P" N' Wl'lto ttrrhe.d ?k" 1
gue.t. It is to be regretted that this tlieWlllulmlnn and are guesU nt thej j; . A
rhiriiilns tountel Willi lbrtto':oTi? thV'XtcrXonald. Dr. White Is taking theA,- A
Among V..-I i;,,iii aim. inr .i'Mr.ftA-i'.iiufcn
gncr-ts. bcsldo the guests. H.nho'Ktor.
were Captain nnd Mrs.'Marlx"A'ftiiO--,:
U. S. Marino Corps, ,an a'flKmdWfltf
and Mrs. John llornnerger Pfinmr4ci'KtfCo In the middle of tho week nk
8. Navy. . . ,ml
Honolulu hns been fortunate In
nnving enienninen many cuieurmvB in i
Carrlo Jacobs Bond with he.gualnt
III.. . .aII. nknin
IircMJiinuix und iiianiii:uv.ytiuuu,
Thero la an IntcnBo Intoresf n?lc-whuii
one hears an auttror'U'cUu fiuin licr
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own works or sing her own tongs ani
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aer , arij' BOng 'after song?
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tpoV cre Jacobl Bood.g eong1:
will be silng and long after'.tbe rings'
hare failed finm the fingers and th4'
H.n i. ..v.. ... t. ..... ... -tn i
fiotl.i from tho toes of mU popular.
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soiiRfl, mr ennnrnng rociomfs win iw
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she strikes tho plnno as one would pct.k
a fnvorllo cat and a p'Hrilng sotp
refrain adds a wonderful charm to her1. t
songs. By special request "I I-ovrf-You
Truly" was sung. ''In Dear Ha
wall' wns Iho only local effort, but"
perhaps the gems of tho evening were
the Paul Krrol Dunbar's poems set
to music by 'Mrs. B6ndf'"Ii Yo" and
"PC 1.11 Lamb." "The Perfect Day
one of her new songs has a haunting
melody. . ', ,..
The Parish House of 8t. Andrew
Cathedral wns filled to thp doors wTih
nu enthns ast o and ence. It is to i'
hoped that Mrs. Bond" wilt 'give nn;
other recital before she leaves Haj
wall, such a treat cannot occur too
often. The following wasr,the pro
gram In, full;
Stories Tho 'Pico Concert: Tlio City
Visitor; The City Reporter; An'
I'vo Opt Home,
Songs Shadows: When to Build Your
Castles: Tl' P.crfcct Day (new);
Tbo 'Shepherdess (new), J
Song and Stories Homo: Tho Smith
Boy and ,Hs Mother; Ills Buttons-.
Arc Marked "U. B.".: Going to U
Church NVIth Mother. , . $$;
RlnrleS What's the" UseT'
.-la-l.ltrl.nl'a IttA TTA&T MV (flllk
Afan'd Art.mnm. '5S.
Sf.ne- I lyivn Ynil Trlllv JllSt.lAK!
Jearylng for'You; Four IJno bongi?
iinir-nunuie songs tncwi.
Stories About Little Kittens. '
Songs Lulabys. . '
ongs "Is Yo?" Po' LI'I Lamb; "In. j
- " "annu'
Story Tho Pnthv o" Lire. f. I
.. C . ..I .!. nn,..l TTnln,.
piaco in it. oruuuti ui i "SJPjK
uuring ine uuuemu ui uiu iv
ITho Kunai ijat club will give a
lyjnor of Mrs. M. M. Garrett, nt thelr
C,HU "UUIV- w
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