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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, 8ATUnDAY. JUNE 10, 1911.
POSITIVELY LAST CHANCE
Geiraiiie Bargains in .
Watcfees and Jewelry
MM. ,yVVgSflJ f' t-f0 jjlilfll
PACIFIC CLUB IS
SCENE OF GAYETY
Promincn Socicy and Service Folk Gather at One of Sea
son's Most Notable and Striking Functions Bealtiful
HONOLULU nioii Imvo won tliolr Admiral and lira. CowIcb, Miss
honors ns hosts. Tlio moat Cowlcs, Miss Vera Damon, Miss May
accomplished hostess could Dllnon Mr, ull(l Ml8. K. u. Untiicn
not liave been more cordial . ,, . .... ,, ., ,,.
berg, Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Damon, Mr.
In her hospitality limit mem- ,. ..r n, ... v ,.,,. navies. Mr
hers of the Pacific Club last '.ti "hr'" vMr. cnry Damon. Mrs. I '"' cll mi worn, csHg.tt up
evening when friends were enter- Z. Miss M. 1L ouB.ass. "". ' " " J" !, " 1
...I.....1 , n I. ..41 t.lvnn tit lliplr HOI!- .... ..,. ,. II. f1nn.n I'll lor i" ......... ,---
imilUtl ill l' M"-" "- - WISH r HZgeriUU, I'll. lwih. '',,., I,,,..
..,.- i nwi.,al.n .Inti linitKn fin Ala- ..... ... .. i i,..i..i. n 1.' Wnmlir IminiiH,
iii.u ,mii U.VIUDHU ....... - lirilloll uuiinui nuii'i. ". "
nVcnue, became the lirhln n( .lolm
Dcrnnrd Macgarvcy. There weio be
tween llfty and wlxty Invited friends
and relatives present. Cannon Ault
Tho brldo was Riven Into the keep
ing of tlio groom by bor father, while
MrB. W. H. Fostor attended tho bride
as matron of honor After tho cere
mony tbu brldo and Broom walked
down the dWIe over u bed or tones
that weic trittTcd before them by
Herbert Foster and Fiimklo U.iy,
Tho bride wore n beautiful whllo
Btlk gown en train trimmed with
satin and tarn with peail garniture
bride's cll was worn, caught up
Through the courtesy of our landlord we have been able to continue
our sale until June 30. Everything must be closed 'out before that
date. We have;made a
Further Cut in Prices
Never before have such bargains been offered, and it is doubtful if such
an opportunity will occur again. It's like getting ,$10 gold pieces for
$6 or $7. Here are a few of the bargains :
W 1 e. Now
17-JeweI IMrfln, 2.". ir
Mrs. router, as matron of
Imnni witrn llf.lil Milk Cliwn. be-
kea Btrcct. T boy proved themselves senator 0. II. Kairtnlld, Oovcrnor and """"" ,'", ," ,,, " ,.,,,
delightful hosts, unexpectedly dovcl- Frc"r, Mr. 11. II. Olffurd. Mr. .u,d ! ' fTl ! i" nk'.W Mo !
apliiR a Bcnc otho caro of the Mrg M. R urossninti, Mr. II. (Inylord. I ''' ;'V1, f hfk
Bues.BtUat.BUBual.y.c.t.orabost. M, Muri(, 1IuwlUt Miss ..e.on "" - , 'tlr
ess for in iiomo minim mry ru - h,,,,,-!. Miss lunette iiourii, nr nou-
ways agreeablo but neRatUe, und to (,1S( i)r Vt Uedemann, Mr IM Ho-
-wIcb or feminine assistants rails tlio ,cmnni Mr. Prank 13. Howes, Dr. und
duty of properly arranging places at jIrHi (, ij, hirIi, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
dinners, or notlnc thai no mio Is lelt n0Oway, Mr. and Mrs. C L'Hommo-
Btranded. alone, nt a tea or dance. ,nc,tl Miss Hot.o Herbert, Mr. and Mrs.
Uul last nlglit'H ball proved what men Ht.mri ivcrs, Captain and Mrs. J.
may do, If they will, Tor the dnnco Si jolitiHton or Kort UuBcr, Mr. P. I'.
was a success in ovcry way i'..icu jnckson, I)r- and Mrs. J. It. Juilil, Mr.
incmbera nrniuil a crnclous host, and
was Bollcltous for thn comfort and
"'pleasure of the quests. The piesl
dent or tho elub.'ex-Onvcrnor George
Carter, Mrs. Carter, General and Mrs.
Macomb and Admiral and Mrs. Cowles
received tho Ruests, Mr. Harry Mac
farlane, Mr. Wlllard Ilrown and Mr
Ilruco Cartwrlfiht, Jr.. actliiK as
masters of ceremonies, usherliiR the4
BiU'stH Into tho presence or tlio ln
. cclvliiR party, and makliiK Introduc
tions when they wcro necessary. In
fact this trio of clul? "men were on
tho entertainment cnmmlttPC, and
much credit Is duo them for tho bril
liancy of tho affair. Tlio Interior of
tho club boueo was rcslooncd wltli
tropical roll.iRC, mallo and smllax bc
InR extensively used. The numerous
potted palms made nn offectUo back
ground for tho Binnrt and chic toll
etlea thnt wcro worn by tlio fair sex.
Dun to lack or Bpaco they can not be
described bu( woro bowllderliiRly
beautiful, for tho spring rashlons so
far as women's costumes could mako
It fo Imvo been of barbaric splendor.
with tho jeweled and gold embroid
ered fabrics that arc bo orlontal In
their nppoaraiico Tho full Fifth
Cavalry band of twenty-nix pieces f m
nlBhcd tho music and deux temps and
waltzes wcro danced until a late
hour. Close onto midnight a hot sup
per was served and tho epicurean
skill or tho stowaid was displayed for
a dollclous supper was served In the
dining room, at small tables be
decked wlthirnscs,. Among thosn pres
ent wcro: MIsb II. Achilles, Mr, IJ.
V. AndersonMr. and Mrs. nottomloy,
Mhs Ilergor, MIbs M. Illvens, Mr, 0.
I. Ilinwn, Mr. P. A Il.itchelor, Mr
I'ercy T 'aicgborn, Mr. II Clark, Mr
mill Mrs. A. N. Cnmpbell, Mr. and Mrs.
On. It Cnrtor, Mr and Mrs Charlotr
Chllllugwnrlh, .Mr and Mrs. Ilrnce
Cartw right, .Ir, Miss llentrlcn Castle,
and Mrs. K. A Kiiudson, MIbs Jesslo
Keimeily, Mr. Stanley 0. Kennedy,
Mr. S'. M. Kendall, Mr "and .Mrs. II.
lounge, Mr und Mrs. V. A. Iie, Miss
Sarah l.uciis, Mr. II. McCo'rrlBton,
Miss V. M.lkcc, Lieut, und JlrB. U 0.
Muthows, Dr. and Mrs. II. V. Murray,
Ccneral and Mrs. ,M M. Macomb, Mr.
nml Mrs. II. L. Marx, Mr, ami Mrs. P.
W. Miurarlane, Mr. and Mrs. 11. It.
Macfarlane, Mr. Uuy II. Macfarlanc,
Mr and MrB. Wnlter Macfarlane, Mr.
und Mrs. .1. M. Mons.irrat, Miss Til lie
Newman, Miss Helen North, Mis. II.
Mejer, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Otscn, Mr.
mid MrB. M. Phillips, Miss I'ymn,
Major and Mrs. (I. C. Potter, Mr. V.
P. Itoth, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Itlggs,
Mrs. ltecd, Mr. Sinclair ltohlusou, Mr
Aylnie Itohlnson, Mr. and Mrs. P. K.
nichardsoii, Mr. Charles Stanton,
Mrs. J. II. SoutliKato, Mr. and Mrs. (I.
K, Schacrcr, Mr. and Mrs. P. M
Hwanr.y, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Miss Marlon Scott, Mr. and Mrs. P.
K. Stccrc, Mr and Mr. fleorgo Sher
man, Captain and Mrs. Kdward A.
Sturges, .ludgo nml Mrs. W. W Stan
ley, Major and Mrs. U J. Tlmborlnke,
Mr. II. Thompson, Mr. Vcinon Ten
noy, Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Wilder, Col.
Wilder, Mr and Mrs. Oirrlt I. Wil
der, Miss IMIth Williams, .Mr. and
Mrs Charles T. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
P T P. Wateihouse, Mrs. 0 K. Wll-
der, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. II. M on Holt, Mlsil Agnus
Wnlkcr, Mr II. II! Walker, Miss Mar
garet Watorhouse, Captain and Mrs.
W. II. Scales or Scholleld Ilarracks,
and others, ,
A pretty June .wedding was eelo-
brateil at St. Andrew's Cathedral last
Wednesday evening at eight o'clock,
when ntliol Mary Iwatuul Day, Iho
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Challes Ttirnhult Pay, of Kntnhaiia
After tho ceremony all or the
guepts wcro taken to tho home or
tho bride's parents on Kalnkaita ave
nue, wlicro n reception was held The
happy couple received the rongralu
Intlolis or the host of fi lends while
Ktmidlng ilnder a canopy of grcin and
white. Tho Iioiiko was iiretllly dee
orated In gieen, red and while for
tlio occasion. Atler tlin good nl.ihex
had been expressed rrrreshmeiils
wero tho older f tho day Tho
bride's cake, which weighed seven
teen pounds, was cut and all piuscnt
received a plccu to place tinder the
Tlio picscnta wcro numcioun and
beautiful, consisting t cut glass,
silverware, furniture, dishes mid lin
en, and certainly cmplmidzcd the es-
leim In which the )iung couple mo
Mr ntul Mm. Miiegarvcy will upend
a two weeks' honeiinoou at Ml
I.ce'H plaeo In Kn'llil valley, after
which they will rl'ildo til I bo l),fv
family homo Tor Mine time while Mr
and Mis. I),iy are Bpendlug u vaca
tion on tho (Mist.
Among thnso' nttcndlng Ihc cere
mony and reception were: Mr. ahd
Mrs, Ormlston, Mr. and Mrs. T. Iloyil
Mr. and Mra. W. (!. Sett. Mr. mil
Mrs. W. It. Poster, Mr. and Mm. ('. I.
Schoenlng, Mr. and Mrs. iVorlu, Mr
nnd Mrs. (Irclg, Mr. and Mrs. C. P
Metrill. Mr. nnd Mis W. Kllerbronk.
Mlsi Oemri"! Hlchs, Mrs. Tinker, Iho
misses Tinker CI) Mrs Stevenson
Mrs. McDowell, Mrs. Ilcnnelt, Mr,
C'lvtlo Wright, Mr. P. W st nnd oth
ers. .Mrs. .lames llmighV Dinner.
Quantities of American Ilcnuty
roses woro utcd In the ornamentation
of tho dinner Initio when Mrs. James
Hough of Stockton, California, entnr
tulind at tho Seaside Hotel Thursda)
evening. Tho dinner favors, npplos
and orangeB, were especially tmtiiu.
Thee meclimilcal devices had a tiny
thteiul attached to them. On pulling
tho thiead there was a phosphores
cent display, then a loud report, fol
lowed by the bursting open of the
fruit nml a iiilnntiiio toy was ills
(um!.., . . . .:ioii jiar.n
l iTjnwii .i:i?in. -' vc-.r i ; '
ciiifo ".lljj 27.cn sy d
7 Jewel Wnltli.iiu. t"-
"v'eiir cu0 .. ..i.. 17.1") MSBO
lfi-Jnwol l'.lgbt. J0-iitr ' V:
i-nia..v j. .. 20.nu icon''
Jj.'jevvu JJIgln. wdlil '-'' . '' ;
ifcil .,., IS.0U .MfO'' '1
;' , -.
ir,-Jenl, H'llil Uli IMM) I'.iK'il
n-Jewcl. solid llii is mi won
15-Jovvi I, 2.'-ye.ir n-e : Ml 1" r.O
tr.-Jowcl. 2.'i-v.-uf i w ! nil 17 r.n
tl-Jcwel, 20-je.ir . use . Ki 00 11 UO
W ri'. Now .
I'olhl lfk gold (.',110 tl.r.O
h'otid ioi gold :nu i.jr.
-f.'olil filled 75 .23
' Wen- Now
FUJI.I Ills I5 0I J tl I'M
Kollil Ilk ..-. 120 I"")
(Sold Hb'd 7 eo 0
Now 17 Ml
Now j .0
Itla. Solitaire, cell. I Ilk
1 l'eiul Knlliitlrif, .follil Ilk
1 Pit.irl and lil.i.. tell, I Ilk.. So
1 llimrnl'l nnd Ilia., mild II
1 (ipnl mid Ola. solid HI;.
I opal mid lib., mild Itk.
1 Op.tl and I'uirl, solid Ilk
II (iurmt and np.il, mil, I 141,
ZOO Oilier flingi of Equal Valut
.. 15 10
.. S 2
ik :u i&
4. 18 VI
.. i is
t. 5 3
doted. Of courRO tblii clever lonfiiv
aluo added to Iho inert lineiit of tho
dinner and In the entertainment of
the guesiK. K.i e It to r, tho ten jil.ilcs f
wero innrked by n tlnyiUiemleii Doner I
potj tilled "wltli u, growing Aiuntluiit ,
lli-iluty rofo AI1UV djiuer 1rs
Ilougli und her usuiiiljled guests at-1
tended the at my hop lit tho Outrlgr.er '
linli. Auiom; llio'O ipicscitt wcro
Mrs. J.iiucB Hough, Captain ami Mrs.
(,'IHlon Cniler. Mrs Cleghoiii, Miss
Helen Ilougli. Mi's Jniieltu Hough,
Mr. PranU Cleghoiii, I lent. Vaughn
inii Mr. I'eicy ('leghorn.
Mrs. Pallium's llriilKi-.l'iiiij.
Tho Coiiiiuandant'B licaiitilul Voidh
nt Port Do Hussy was the hi'iuiii or
Itiiicb gaiety and inerrlllietit Wednes
day afternoon, when Mm. Putnam
entertained lit bridge With the ex
ception of two or throe, the Invited
guests weio Seivlts folk. Tho (aides
weio arranged In the drawing loom
uujl on the I anal overlooking tho sen.
.Iiipnueso piiulK, hniiilsoniely framed,
were aw aided at e.uli table, as prltes.
There wcro some very excellent
Rcnrcs, tho highest hridgem being
Mrfc. Neville. Mrs Wallace, Mrs.
('oclilinrii mid Mrs. Arthur M.irK
The scnio caids were eceitonally
pri'lty", dcplrling .l.ipaneto llgures in
a, getting of old .liipnn. The dainty
cards W"io tied Willi jellnw, satin
ribbon. In fnrt tin entlte color
Rclitmn was In jpllovv, coreopsis be
ing tho favoied liovver that formed
tho Mora! udoruiuent At liulf-after
four o'clock delicious refreshments
w-cio scrveil on the Iannis at small
tables. Tho Ices, ciiken, etc., weio all
lit jellovv Anioijg lluifci" who parllcl
puled in lids ilelli'.lillill alTali' weio
Mis Itiirnhnm, Mrs Nuvllle. Mrs Ar
thur Murlx, Mm. Piatt, Mm Ward,
Mis. Pardee, Mrs Wall, Mrs Hoy,
Prantls Smith, Mis Johnston of Den
ver, Mm Clifton Carter, Mrs. Will-!
tme, Mis. Tuttlo. Mib. Wlliov, Miss
Ciiteiii.iu, Mls 'igler, Mm. Watklna, ,
Mm KdvvardB, Miss llonh.iiii, .Mrs.
rMexaiider Dulls, Mrs. Cochran, and
ot In I a.
.Mr. nml Mrs. Miller's llliinir.
Tli. dm 'it ctveii by Mr. and Mrs,
On II v.iMor Thin sdny ui"ilng
lirovel .in enjoyable alfalr. Itio J
IteliareH iiitlau Ii.isI.ch lllled with!
gnlili ii kIioaci' graced tlio table; caii
dciulii.i orn.iiueiili'd with jcllow i-llk
i.hadi,.i won; placed on'. Iho circular
board; tall blender vines ol Ito
hoiiilaii waiu tilled with the golden
shower wcte plnied between the
b.mkcts mid -candelabra, tho genet al
effci t nt which win remarkably ar
tistic. Among Mr. and Hn Wllder's
guestii weio Si'imlor and Mrs. Krlc
Kiiudseii, Doctor and Mrsi James
.Iiidd, mid others.
lire. 1 Unit's Curd Purl.
A immlier f elabor.ile iilTalrs have
been glvui tld.i week by the Service
people None ill' the flint lions on the
'ooelal Caleiuhir have proved nioro eti
loable than the in (1 party given by
Mli Wilcox wife of Lieut Wilcox.
Tlio enteilalniueiit was given Tues
day urieiiionii at iho Hotel Courtland
The oting hostess leeelved her
nucstk ill Hie dinwlng loom, which
Kin adorned with pttiplo asters and
maidenhair rem The dicing room
was cviulsitclv decorated with
il'iislcB und polled palms ifl this
Iroplcal bower tho card tables wcro
placed, mid later daiuly viands ami
I Vli weio nerved Iroui a polished oval
table oiii.iiuentcd with a lancy bas
ket of Marguerites. Tho prizes wero
beaiiliriil silk party bags. Mrs. Cocli
lim won tho prize at the heart table.
Mrs. Putnam and Mlsa Cutemiin-wero
tho highest luldgers Thoso who at
tended tills ibllghtrul affair weio
Mrs. Waller Conies, Mm. Neville,
Mrn Arthur M.nlx, Mrs. John Palmer,
Mm Chapman, Mrs. Pardee, Mm. Itoy
Smith, Miss Cuteman, Mm Ward, Mis
Putnam, Mrs Turner, Mrs. Sheedv,
Mrs. Winters, Mrs. Philip Prear, Mm.
Nelson Hiker l.insllig. Miss IMitb
CowIcb, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. P. Mc
Stoeker, Mrs. Hepburn, Miss Cooper,
Miss Julio MiStockcr, Mrs. Pratt,
Miss I.illa MeSloeker, Mrs. John
stone, Mrs. Johnson, and others.
llrs. I'msser's Luiirheoii.
Hanij-palntcil pl.ico cards In tints
or mniivo designated tlio eight places
at tho luncheon given yesterday by
Mrs. M. P. Prosser. The molir Tor
this dcllghtrfll AlT.ilr was Mrs Philip
Wrlghtson, wiro or Lieut. Wrlglitson
ot tho U- S. Army. Tho tiilde wus
banked with violets und maidenhair
fern. Tho lloi.il ndoiniuent was
artistic mid beautiful Among the
gueuls were Mrs. Philip Wrlglitson,
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs Clinton llnllen
l tic. Mrs. Hiineberg, Mm. I. Tenney,
Peek, Mrs Aithur Mariv and Mrs
Irwin James Shepherd.
Mis. II. . .Ionian's Tin.
All inrorm.it I o'clock let wilt bo
given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Itob
erl Jordan Mrs Jordan'!! valley
home Is an Ideal p'ace for any social
function, and the hostess and her two
M.iiighl tb tiro famed for tin Ir enjoy
able i.oclal function;!, ino;.t of (lielr
alTalrs being Informal, thus giving ad-'
dllloiiat eiiJoinent. Tho iiivlliitioili
for next week's affair were Issued by
lelephono. Tlio llivitiillouat lint Ii
not lalge, iu uhtccii gucblB have been
Ltculi'ii.iiil lliirrrll's ili.iuer.
liisl mid green Tunned tho color
scheme! for (ho "dinner that was given
a( the Alexander Veiling Hotel by
Lieutenant 0 S. Hurt ell Saturday
evening Covers wcro arinnged for
fix. Those pieseiit weio Lieut, llur
i oil. Dr. ami Mrs: Hrnost Waterhottsc,
Ml.'ia Hauling, MMs, Irtna ll.illeiityna
mid Mr. David AiidcrBun.
Mrs. Hilt In nek's To.L
The rollovving Invitations wine re
lelved during tlio Hist pint or tlio
To Miet Miss Dean
Mrs. I). llnMiil llllcluock ;
At Homo ,,
from four to sh. June tho thirteenth,,
nineteen hundred nnd eluveti. '
Mr. und Mrs. Charles Allirrlmi's
Tnehjlny evening Mr. and Mrs(
Charles Athcnon , entertained at mi
liirnrtu.il dinner, complimentary To
.ludgo and Mis. Seldcn Klugtbiuy
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