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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., BATUIIDAY, JULT 30, 1910
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.orchestra. The wedding patty re
MHUB Kauai, July 23. On Wed- tired early, and thn hrlita nj t
nesday evening were celebrated, at were soon whisked away for parts
the home of the bride in Kapaa, the unknown In an automobile, followed
nuptials of Miss Rose Alolau, daugh-an hour or so later by tho guests,
ter of Mr. Wong Alolau, one of tho who hnd long distances to travel be
oldtlmo morcbants nnd ike planters' foro they reached their honiCB. Oar
of this Island, nnd Mr. En Sue Kong, den Island,
a resident,' of Honolulu, ,.(( I ,
Miss Alolau was onqof the belles Returns With Honors! i '
of tho dlsjrlct, nnd for several jears Miss Itay Dell returned nomc fro-n
has been ono of tho njost popular Seattle on tho Inst Vancouver boat,
teachers In tho public school of Ka- having recently been graduated with
pan. She wjll bo remembered ns ono high boners from tho Columbia Col
of tho winners in trfjr E v e n I n g. lego of Music nnd Dramatic Art. Miss
I J u 1 1 o 1 1 n's popularity contest n Dell completed tho rigorous two cars
course of this Institution In ono year
and her graduation recital has been
most highly spoken of. Miss Dell will
remain In Honolulu this year and later
will probably go to Doston, where sho
will tnko further work In dramatics
at tho Emerson School of Expression
In tho Hub city. This talented joung
girl was tho recipient of several fare
well teas, luncheons and dinners be
foro her departure from tho northern
city, nnd she Is being warmly wol-
pmcci homo by her many friends n
onolulu. 8ho Is with her mother.
)car or so ngo, tho prlio for which
was n trip to California.
Mr. Kong Is n comparative stran
ger on Kaunl, but Is well known In
Honolulu, where, he Is connected
with tho lending firm of T. II. Da
vlcs & Co.
The wedding was a brilliant af
fair and was attended by friends of
tho bride's family from all over tho
Island. The ceremony was set for 8
o'clock, and long beforo that time
the church at Kapan was crowded 'SP
with the miPHtK. wlin nrruntpit nil thn' "'
tients, and" with fifty or so more of who nas recently moved to tho house
tho lotal residents, who crowded In P i.unawo street which Is located at
and stood nt tho back, eager to get
n glimpse nf their fair fellow Jowns
woman who wns so soon to bo borno
nwny from her nntlvo heath.
The ceremony wns performed by
ltcv. J. M.' Lldgato of I.tliuc, who
vtood near tho altar, with tho groom
nnd his best man, Mr. Chlng Yet,
nnd awaited tho bridal procession.
Tho latter, consisting of the bride,
Miss Rose Aloiau.
with her three bridesmaids Miss
Marlu Ellis, maid of honor; Miss
Hannah Sheldon and Miss Daisy
Bhcldon and occSmpatftcd by her
father, entered tho -vestibule at
twenty minutes after eight, and
marched Blowly up t'hV'alsle, to the
atralna of tho wedding 'marci, sweet
ly sung byithreo young ladles In the
end of the church Mrs. Henry Shel.
lon, Mrs. KoauwJl and Miss Eliza
Tho brief ceremony was ended
uoon after half-past ctght, and a
long lino was then formed of the
wedding guests, who filed past and
gave their greetings and Oodspeed
to tho bride and groom. Tho depar
ture was soon made for the hall
uearby, whero the wedding supper
was served and tho beautiful array
of presents oxhlbltcd.
Thn wpfltllnc- unptv sifjMinlA.l n
handsomely-appointed, table near one
end of tho room, over .which hung
n resplendent wedding bell wovon
from fernsjniid white orchids.
Tho guests all found seats at oth
er tables In the room, nnd after the
feast had teen enjoyed, the orators
nmoi.g thehTr-Hncludlng Rev. J. M.
I.jdguto, Senator Falrchlld, Hon.
Charles nice, Mr. Kufus Spalding,
l)r Tutnam and others, added much
to tho enjoyment of the evening by
their ready flow of wit and humor.
Wo append horewlth the charming
llttlo piece of original verso which
Mr. Ldygato had composed In honor
of tho bride:
SIio'b as sweet nnd dainty as Ulrna;
Sho's a Mallo Mokthana lei;
She's tho Moon upon tho sea,
And sho's captivated me;
And It does seem a
1'lty to havo her go.
Sho's tho only, last, Alolau: ;'
Sho's tho bright and donr Kapaa
We'vo kept her ull we could, 4"
'Cause wo knew she was so good,
Hut sho's going to leavo us now,,
And we'll miss her more than; We
rjin fall . 7 -
Sho's ns sweet and dainty as Illmti;
Sho's a Malle Moklhana leh'lJW
And wo wish her every Joy,
'Cause she Is so sweet and coy;
But It does seem a
Pity to lot her go away,
After the supper, 'the, guests re
paired to the dancing pavilion near
by, and the wnltz and two-step were
te head of Kcwalo.
Will Wed Stenographer.
Dan W. Burchard, formerly district
nttorney of this county nnd n well
known local attorney, Is to become
n benedict ngaln. Judging by a story
which comes from San Francisco to
no cncci mat miss iseilie Smith, a
stenographer, has silled for tho Philip
pine Islands to become his wife.
Burchnrd has been practicing law In
Honolulu for several years.
According to the story the stenog
rapher was Involved In the divorce
suit filed, ajrslnit Burchard by his wife
hero many years co. After the sep
aration Burchard went to Honolulu
and has met with success. Miss
Smith lives In FVultvalo, and it is
said that her parents opposo tho cere
mony. San Jobo (Cal.) Times.
In Honolulu Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Dillingham
(Miss Louise Qaylord of Chicago) havo
arrived In Honolulu and are cstab
llshcd Iri one of the most attractlvo
homes there. They aro being given n
cordial welcome by tho members of
her husband's family and their wldo
circle of relatives and friends,
Among those who havo entertained
for them aro Mr. and Mrs. Harold, DM
Ungham (neo Miss 'Margaret "llyde
Smith). . t
The Walter Dllllnghams wero mar
rled In Florence, Italy, last May and
passed through San Francisco on
route to tho Islands a fortnight ago.
making a stay of sooral days and re
ceiving much social attention. Snn
Francisco Post, July 14,
For Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Martha Smith of Long Beach,
who Is spending tho summer with her
daughters, Mrs. Stophen Norton Bobo
nnd Miss Ruth Smith, in Collego
Hills, was tho guest of honor at an
Informal dinner Thursday evening
given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack .Warren
nt their homo on Kewalo street. Cov
ers wero laid for eight. Tho table dec
orations wore carried out In yellow,
a mound of trailing golden shower
blossoms forming tho center pleco,
while tho same flowers wero used
in brass bowls and wall holders about
tho rooms. Tho place markers wero
tho long brown seed pods of tho gold
en shower tree, Ictterod In gold and
tied with yellow satin ribbons.
The Palolo Social Club met last
Thursday evening at the residence of
Mr, nnd Mrs Thos. Boyd In the val
loy. After tho stipulated number of
games of pedro were contested delic
ious refreshments wero served at tho
sovcral card tables. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, Mr.
and Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bruns, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill; Mr. and
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Charles Schocn
Ing, Mrs. Mary A. Wright, Mrs.
Rldtout, Miss Paulino Morrill, Mr.
Clyde Wright, and Boveral others
whose names were not obtained.
For Mlts Eynon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis J. Warren on
tortalrqd at dinner Thursday evening
at their homo in Manoa in compliment
to their sister, Miss Eynon, of Phila
delphia, who Is thor houso guest.
Covers were laid for eight. Whlto
blossoms and maidenhair fern arrang
d in a crystal and sllvor bowl were
table decorations, whllo the p)aco
carls wero hand-painted In pale yel
low flowers in Japanese fashion.
Wasp, San Francisco, Cal., July 0:
The Charles Slacks are traveling In
Canada. ( $
Qeprgo A. Smith and his bride will
honeymoon In Honolulu. Mrs. Smith
was Miss Margaret' Elatno Smith, for
merly of Bonlcla. The bridegroom Is
vice-president of McNab & Smith.
Tho moonlight dance at Halelna
last Saturday was one of the most
successful J.ct held at that popular
country resort. Tho hotel was full,
nnd tho special dinner served was
much enjoyed. The moonlight and
oiijoyod until n late hour to the (music wero entrancing, and the dane-
tunuiiH oi iiusic Buipupu uy a iuchi jng on tho iqnnis appreciated.
; egin Monday Morning, August ist
Every article in our store reduced. No sale like this anywhere this year.
Ladies, if you have been waiting for real bargains here they are, and here's
your chance. Values almost given away.
WASH DRESS GOODS
SOIESETTES Regular Price, 35c
THISTLE SILKS "
CHIFFON BATISTE "
SILK ORGANDIES "
HIMALAYA CLOTH "
SHANTUNG 1 "
SWISS MUSLIN "
FIO. LAWNS "
'rice, 35c Sale Price, 20c Yd,
" 35o " " 20c "
" 35o " " 20o "
" 35o " " 20c "
" 35c " " 20c "
" 35o " " 20c "
" 35o " " 20c "
" 40c " " 25c "
4Qo 25c "
" 25o " " 15c "
" 12o " " 15 Yds. $1
A. F. C. GINQHAMS Sale Price, 12 Yds. $1.00
FLANNELETTES " " 12 " 1.00
PERCALES 36 inches w:de " " 10 " 1.00
FRUIT OF THE LOOM Per Yd., 10c
FARWELL " " lOo
FOREST MILLS Sale Price, 12 Yds. $1.00
INDIAN HEAD 33-inch Per Yd., lOo
PRIDE OF THE WEST " '.." " 15o
CRESCENT CAMBRIC ,. " " lOo
STARK MILL DRILLING White " " 10o
10-4 SHEETING Regular Price. 40o Sale Price, 30o Yd.
94 " " " 374o'.- " " 27'aO "
'8-7 " " " 35o ' " " 25c "
-7-4 " ' " 30o " " 222c "
.Regular Price, $1.10 Sale Trice, 85o E.
..." " 1.00 " " 75o "
. " " .85 " "- 70c "
45x36 PILLOW CASES
45x36 " " .
Regular Price, $2.75
. " " 2.00
Sale Price, $2.00
" " 1.50
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
CORSET COVERS ?
Regular, $1.75; Sale Price OOo
" 1.50 " " 80o
" 1.00 " " GOo
.75 " " 40c
" .50 " ' " 30c
" .40 " " ,...-20c
Regular, $3.00; Sale Price.... $1.75
-.." 1.75 " " .... 1.00
" 1.50 " " 85
" 1.25 " " 75
,85 " " 50
Repilar, $7.00; Sale Price $4.00
" 4.50 ' " .
Regular, $2.25; Sale Trice $1.25
1.75 - "
1.00 rr 'i
.75 f '"
.65 ' '
MUSLIN DRAWERS " ,. b "
Rcpilar, $3.00 Pair. . . . t $1,75
2.50'' ..'.'.-;.... 1.50
" 2.00 " 1.15
1.50 ." : 1.00
" 1.00 " ..'. 60
" .75 " 40
" - ".so "':l::'.' 30
" 740; " 20
BOYS' COL. WASH SUITS
Regular $4.00 Suits $2.50
" 3.50" " 2.00
" 3.25 " 1.00
" 3.00 " 1.75
" 2.50 " 1.60
' 1.75 " 90
" 1.G5 " 85
$1.00 Reduced to $ .75
1.25 " " 00
2.25 " " 1.65
2.50 " " 1.75
2,75 ' " , " 1.00
3.00 " " 2.00
3.50 " " 2.50
4.00 " " 2.75
In Vail, Panama, Serge, Alpaca.
Regular $4.75 Skirts $2.75
" 5.00 " 3.00
6.00 " 3.50
" 6.50 " 3.00
" 7.50 " 4.00
" 8.00 " 4.50
" 0.00 " 5.00
0.50 ' 5.25
" 10.00 " 5.50
$ 5.00 Lingeries' Reduced to. .$2.90
6.00 " 1 " " . . 4.00
6.50 " " " . . 5.00
7.50 " " " . . 5.25
11.00 " " " . . 7.75
14.00 " " " . . 0.50
$1.25 Reduced to $ .90
1.40 " " 1.00
1.50 " " 1.15
1.75 " " 1.25
1.90 " " 1.35
2.50 " " 1.75
2.75 " " 1.90
3.00 " " . 2.00
COTTON. TURKISH, LINEN
$ .75 Dozen, Reduced to $ ,50
1.00 " " " 75
1.50 " " " 1.15
2.00 " " " 1.50
2.50 " " " 1.75
3.00 " " " 2.00
4.50 " " " 3.00
5.00 " " " 3.50
8.00 " " " 5.90
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Regular $5.50 Waists $3 00
4.50 " 2.50
" 4.00 " 2.25
3.50 " 1.00
" 3.00 " ....... 1.75
" 2.50 " 1.G5
2.25 " 1.50
2.00 " 1.25
" 1.G5 ,r 1.00
" 1.50 " 90
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
Regular $3.90 Dresses $2.50
2.25 " 1.25
" 2.00 " 1.15
1.75 " 1.10
" 1.50 " 00
" .85 " 60
2ya Yards Wide; Regular $1.75 Yard, Sale Price $1 Yard
"PILLOW CASING l ,
OOo Quality; Sale Price 65o Yard
75o ' " " 50o "
65o " " " 45o "
In nil widths and colors. PRICES CUT IN HALF.
TORCHON LINEN LACES
Regular $1 Dozen; Sale Price SOo Dozen
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
Plain and Fancy; in Cotton, Lisle and Silk. GREAT REDUCTIONS.
opp. Catholic Churoh
Sunday was n perfect hay In tho
country and tho motorists wero out
In full forco. A largo iiorcentago, as
usual, headed, for Halulwa, wher, af
ter a cool plungo and a delicious
luncheon and a rout of an hour or so
on tho breeiy.lnnals, tho return trip to
town was aoquiy enjoyca.
Mrs. and Miss Ewart of Nuuanu
Valloy aro nt Halolwa.
Tho warm weather In town has Bent
many to tho other side of tho Island,
especially to Halelwa.
San Francisco IJost, July 14
A. P. froute, Mrs. O. C. Smith and
Miss M. h. Carter aro tho memboru of
a party from Dallas, Tox., registered
at tho Palace.
MrB. K C. Peters and Miss Daisy
Smith of Honolulu aro nt the Palaco
They are en routo home from tho Hast.
Lieut. Robinson's Dinner.
Tho V S, roenuo cutter Thetis was
tho scene of a cry pretty dinner
Tucsduy ovcnlng at which I.leut. Hole
Inson presided ns host The dinner
tablo was decorated with American
lleauty roses Tho placo cards wore
ornaniontcd with water-color scbno'i).
Among Ueut Hoblnson'H guests wo'r
Mr.nnd Mrs. Charles Athrrtou, Miss
Atherton. Miss llenton and Miss Baiv
narjl of California, Ueut Pino and tXh
Olivers Lansing. W
Kiln Wnliplpn Tiib .llllv t!l ' l1
;,Mis. F Klninp of Honolulu iirrlviq
josterday nt tho Fairmont. ' 1
Carl Weber, n prominent business
man of I.03 Angeles Is at tho PalacoT,
Returns to Honolulu.
Mrs, John Watcrhouco of Honolulu,
who has been tho guest nt her mother,
Mrs Meander, In Piedmont for tho
Inst month, has returned to her homo
In tho fstnuds Sho wns uccompnnlcd
by her daughters, Misses Patty and
During her tay hero1 Mrs. Vfcitep
houso was much entertained by friends
of her girlhood San rranclsco Post,
Frank ftlchimmd of Hlo, one of tho
Ilnwnliuu group, spent a day In llnr-l
kcley this week 1U was en routo to j
tho Kast, nnd will spcnft''n'fow duH
with friends In this cltv on-thn return1
t. :..,' .... .:... . ;..., '.
11 iji, dii:t( mn iiu tiuiiiu uiiu Lini in
this montlijilcrkuloy (Cal.) Inde
pendent, Jnl); 9 .
Mr. and Mrs Sam Pond, who with
Mrs K. II Pond and Miss Nnrt Mel
'Noll have boen nt Aetna Springs for.
soerai weoss, win prolong ineir siny
another month San Kranclsco Chrou
Icle. Jul) 14.
Mr and Mrs Krnest Clark and son,
Montgomery, and Mr. and Mrs, Aloxts
(llgnoux and daughter, Aloxa, havo
taken tho Deckley plnco at Walklkl
for tho summor nnd nro oiijolug llfo
at (ho seaside, 4 4
San I'rnnclrco lliillotln, Jul 13
Miss i:islo Stern sillied on Satunlii)
for Honolulu, whero sho will sp"iul
nev(irnl months ns tliv giimi or Mrs.
It. Uotl(- ' I
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Mrs J. 1J, Thompson and rhlldren
who hnvn bi-cn spending n few weeks
In 'Hllo 0t11rnwl In rho' Mnuna Ken
this morning 'n
Mr, and Mrs. Atkinson's Luncheon.
Twenty-four guests qnjnjed thn
burfqt luncheon that Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Atkinson gavo Sunday nt their
homo nt tho Peninsula. The long
tablo from which tho midday repast
was nerved wns n muss of cut flow
ers and smllnx Mr. nnd Mrs. Atkin
son, who nro so hospitably Inclined,
profiled much enjoyment for their
assembled guests. After luncheon
tho guests and their host and hostess
cruised around tho beautiful lochs
of Pearl Harbor Among thno pres
ent were Mr nnd Mrs Hubert Atkin
son, tlulr two guests of honor, Mrs.
Hubert Vos and Miss Annlo Graham,
(ho PrlurhesH Knw,inannkoa, Mr, nnd.
Mrs. Cnrl Hollowny, Judge and Mrs.
Arthur Wilder, Dr and MrsvOcorgu
Herbert. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Illllson, Mr.
nnd Mrs C, Wldciuniiu, Colonel Bam
Parker, Mr, llenton, Mr. nichanl
Wright, Mr. Will Hoth und Mn'Oeurco
nilrchlld or, Kaunl, .
Judgo nnd Mrs. Philip Weaver nrn
residing nt tho Urlnkerhort homo nt:
Wiilklkl nnd will remain there until
Mrs. WIlllnniB nnd family ,retum tu
tho full from Ituropo. 'l "
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J I-udwIgson a'11.
nmincoil tho engngciutnt of their ,
daughter i:thcl, to Mr. Caleb II Dick
fcon. ' '
Mr, nnd Mrs. William 0 Allen
(Villa Hart of Honolulu) will mak'n '
their homo In rori-stoii Wnsp, H. p.
Lai , JUiy v.
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