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fcVENINO BULLETIN HONOLULU. T.,H, SATURDAY, OCT.- 14, 1311.
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.Mrs. I'rntl'n llrldirc Tea.
AIm. H. II. -Pratt of tho V. 8. Ma
rino uorim Is .tntortnlnlng this aftnr.
noon nt he .Diamond Haul rcsldcnco
In 'honor, of her motlir nnd sister,
Mt8. Rockwell and Minn llelon Itock
woll, who nro visiting lior. Tho prody
Interior of Lieutenant nnd Mrs. I'rnU'H
Dome linn been nrtlntlcnlly clccorulfd
In lavender nnd white. An nhundanro
or,, mauvo nnd wlilto nstcra 'have
formed n prominent part In tho orna
monlntlon of the rooms. Tho prlrcB
nro extremely handsome, consisting of
Chinese drawnwork centerpieces' nnd
ten cloths. Among tho sweats Invited
to meet Mrs. Itockwrll nnd Miss Hocjt
well nro Mrs. Walter Cowlcs, Mrs.
Wootcn. Mrs, Kdwnrd Julius Timber-
lake, Mrs. Alexander Davis, Mrs.
.lames Madison Kennedy, Mrs. Neville,
Mrs. Oamc, Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mrs.
OaVlor, Mrs. John Btuart Johnson,
Mrs. Turner, Mrs. I'utnnm, Mrs. Zol
filer, Mrs. Arthur Marlx, Mrs. Wal
king, Mrs. Hoy,. Francis Smith, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. .Hush Cook, Mrs. Oam
ble, Mrs. P. McStockcr, Mrs. Prancls
Smith, Mrs. durrey, Miss Kdlth
Cpwles, Mrs. John -Trenholmi Warren,
namble. Miss Katherlnc Stephens,
Miss Julie McStncker, tho Mlsica
Miss Allco Cooper and others.
Mrs. Elizabeth. 'Scoby nnnminccs
the engagement 6f her daughter
Joello to Mr. Frank, Cleghorn of llo
nolnlu. ' .
v Mrs., Putnam's Luncheon.
Mrs. Krnnk Putnam, wlfo of Dr.
Putnam of IJhuo, Ksuil, cntcrtalnol
at nil dijoynble luncheon that was
riven Monday afternoon In honor of
Mrs. Philip Rice. Palo pink enchint
resH carnations, combined with mild
en lialr ndorncd the tabic. Covors
were' nrranRcd for eight.
Johnion Qudblach, Nuptial.
A pretty wedding, took place Wed-
ncsdny, nt tho liomo 'or I.louL' an I
Mrs., Pratt, When Miss' Oiilblnch of
tlpokano, Washington, nnd I.leut,
Tohnson of tho U S., Marina Corps
were united In marriage. Tho pros
Everything must be sold.
chance in a lifetime to lay
Remember the Date
Monday, Oct. 16
pective brldo who arrived that after
noon op tho Miikiira was met n( the
steamer by tho'-'groom and l.lcut.-Hd
I Mrs. Pratt and motored to their pret
lly'.Wnlklkl home, where tho ceremony
jiook pincc. uniy brother omcers of
the U. S. Navy and their wives were
.Invited. Tho,colr'n:lomp wera whlto
,nnd grcenj The ccr,;jni;ny -was rcr-
Ifpfrried at sit o'clock by Canon Us'
borne of St. Clement's church, the
Impressho marrlngo service of tho
Episcopal church being used. Tho
homo where the wedding took place
Is Ideally situated on tho Bea-shcre,
Tho brldo and groom stood bsf.iro
tho "West bow window, Just at tho
minister pronounced them man and
wife, the sun "dipped Its c6lors" and
one of the most glorious tropical sun
sets was witnessed. Tho spectacular
effect .Inspired thnso present with
, wonder and ndmlrntlon tho rndlanro
flooded the room and seemed tu lie
(an "omen" for the fttturo happ'ness
"of tho )oung couple. Immediately
(after the ceremony a buffot stipp?r
l was served, nnmoroui tnnsts were
I made, pertaining to the welfare of M.
I and Mrs. Johnson. The hrido looked
exceedingly pretty, as rho cut ,the
brldo's cake, her wedding gown of,
whlto satin, veiled In chiffon, with
trimming of nrusRcls,lacc wns very
becoming. Among those who witness
ed tho pretty nuptials wojo Itoar-Adr
mlral'and Mrs. Walter Cowlcs, Major
and Mrs. Neville, Lieut, nnd Mrs.'
Pratt,, Captain and Mrs. Arthur Ma
irlx. Paymaster nnd, Mrs. Herbert 8to
vens, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Mrsi Kingsbury,
Lieut, nnd Mrs. Itoy Francis Smith,
Mrs. Rockwell. Miss Edith Cowlcs
Miss Helen Hockwell, Miss Knthorlno
Stephens, I.leut. Leo 8ahm, I.leut,
Illnlr nnd others.
Mrs. Nflion Lansing's Luncheon.
Mrs. Nelson Tinker Lansing enter
tained Informally at luncheon Friday
i.ftcrnoon nt her home on Thlr'ccntli
avenue, Kalmuki. Tho color rehemo
wns carried out In abides of pink,
covers were laid for cliihl. Anions'
'Ihoso present were: Mrs. Nelson' II
Lansing, Mrs. Joseph Shccdy, .Mrs,
Harry M, Hepburn, Mrs. Thomas V.
Klnsrand Mrs. .Tunica Dougherty and
ran, l, riommenieii,
Monday, Oct. 16th
No Ordinary Sale, but a Record-Breaker
Miss Oertrudo Mncfnrlnne nnd
Cnptnln William Woodui tlreoiu of
the Chlyo Maru will ,lo flurried nt
the homo of Miss Mncrarfnnc's moth'
er, Mrs. ICvcrctt Mason Orlmcs, In
Plerco street, on tho nrrlval of Cap'
tain Oreeno from tho Orient. Cnp
tnln Orcche contemplates t king his
brldo on n tour of the. world fol'ow
Ing which they will establish their rn
sldcnce in this city, and will likely
also have a rcsldenco In the Orient or
nt least Iho thoro )art cf lie time.
Miss Macfarlano Is a daughter of
Clarence Mncfarlane, commodore of
tho Honolulu Yacht Club an I n very
popular clubman nnd bon vlvnut. Her
uncle Colonel George W. Mncfarlane,
was tho advisor of the lato King Kv
laltnua, nrvompanylng him on his tour
of tho orl They were grant Jivor
Itcs nt (ho Policmlnn Club ami C li
nnet Macfarlano linn mndn nolle ns
much of a reputation for lilnnolf
among tho rliibmcn of l-onlon, where
he now resides.
4 MIsb Macfarlano, who Is n stun
ning, handsnmo joung wiimnn, has
n host of relatives nnt.n? tho prom
Inont Honolulu families, bring relat
ed In ono way.or another to nearly nil
of them. Mrs. Walter Mncfarlane,
tho sister of Prlnt-cHi Djivlrt Kawn-
inimnkon, Is another connectlnni Sho
Is an only daughter. It wai orrtmo-
'ously Btated that she was a sister of
..Mrs., Henry Foster Dtitton, but Mrs.
! Iltlttnn'd fltttlK' mnnnnllmiu .. c .
-... ., .(J vMMT,vuuiin uic mil
oven remotely nlllod. Althouh Inth
i'olng from Honolulu and m ivlng In
practically tho snmo coterie, th'oy aro
Captain Clrccn, litis hern with tho
iToyo Klscn lino for ovor ten )eara
and Is rcgnrdod ns ono of the most
efficient commanders on tho Pacific
nnd ono of the eminent mariners of
tho world. Ho is a brilliant min
greatly liked his personality doing
much to mnko moro enjoyable tho
voyago across tho wldo Pacific S. F.
MIfs Kcnnln May Hummel of In
dianapolis, Inllnna, who nrrUcd on
tho )ast Wllhelmlua, Is unking- her
hom for tho present with Mr. and
Mrs.iCharlcs.il. Ilrown. on Enst Ma
We believe the Buying Public will appreciate the fact that.
BLOM'S sales are always what they are cracked up to be.
r' COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
Mr. and Mrs. Philip lllr.o did not
oven spend n few days In Honolulu,
but were so anxious to see their homo
folk oiT Kauai ,Thc stoimer'on which
they Journal ffom Cillfurnln nr.lvo,!
in th'ls, city In tho curl) morning and
Ihej' galled for tho Garden Islo o'l
Hie samo iittcrnoon. It will ho ro
membored that copies from tho Cali
fornia papers giving rliwlng ac
counts 'of' their 'wedding that tuck
placo last month In 'So-ilhcrn Cillfor
nla wns published In this paper. Mr.
Philip Itlce was n irlle rt California
nnd will prove n social aciiilslllnn ti
tho numnr?ua noc'oty function i on
Knuil. Mr. Philip flleo was ono rf
tho miit iHipular young bachelopi In
the Minds. Ho nnd his charming
joung wife havo been cxIensUcIv in
tcttalned after their "honie-rotnlng."
Mr., and Mrs. Aubrey Knlilnson givo
a week-end parly oor Saturday and
Sundny. nnd Saturday, evening they
ctitorlalned nt a (lo'lghlful illnii"r In
Cnptnln nnd Mrs Clarence Deems
Aero passengets on th9 Sheimin.
The Captain bclJittB to tho Firl.t Ar
llllcty mid has been ordered to Schn
field llarracks', ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lille, who
hnto been, visiting in CnllfoinU, an
expected tti retutn tn Honolulu on
the nct Sierra.
Captain nnd Mrs. Mortimer lllge
low, tho former bcbngl-g to the Cav
alry, were extensively entertained
whllo the transort wjs In inrt Tlio
Cnptnln Is on hla'w-y tn Join his regi
ment In tho Philippines
A largo number of f. I "ds nn I iu
latives were nt the wharf to meet
Mrs. Herman Foeko and Mrs. K. It
Ftacknblo as the Siberia enmo In pnr',
Tuosdny morning. These twn social
favorites liavo been nbvnt from Ho
nolulu for over six months hao spent
the most or tho time In Germany.
On account of Lieutenant Moses nn 1
his mother, and Ensign Smith not be
ing ablo to secure triirnrxirlatloii on
tho transport on nccount of tho ship
being so crowded, they came ns far
ns Honolulu on tho Wllhclmlnn. A
number of tho officers on tho Sher
Prices literally cut in half. This
in a stock of seasonable Dry
man nro to bo stationed In thejo Inl
ands, so tho traveler o.i the Wlthot
mln.i boarded tho trnnsiort In Hono
lulu nnd resumed their w y to tho
Philippines, where Lieut. Jlcses tm-l
Ensign Smith who nte IkiCi offlcers
In the Navy are t bo nsslncl du'y
on the Aslatlo station.
J Lieut. Pino of tho U. 8. lto-ciuo
Uulter Tho Is, hm leaseil tho Charles
M. V. Purslpr'ii bungi'ow In Manna,
whete he will reside-after his n ed
Mrs. James Wilier nnl two e'llllrcn
hnn been srend tho ptst month on
mntaliis. Mr. Wilder Is In llonlon,
Mr. and Mm. V.. 0. Drown arrlri
In Honolulu on tho Chlyo Maru, Oc
tober Mb, after n year's rrsldmct In
the Orient. They are domiciled at the
Alexander Young lintel, where they
will remain mil November .Id, when
Iboy sail on the Tenio Maru for Hie
mainland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilrown arc
kninnnlnns of Honolulu, nnd thev hat,.
been accorded n warm welcome by
their friends, who trgret that thev
will not' winter In Honolulu. On their
nrrlvnl n San Francisco they will
Journey by rnll In Chicago, which Is
Mrs. Ilrnwn's old home, Tho holiday
heason will to spent with rclathes.
and after tho first of the year tho
oung couplo may take nn .-ipurlmi'ut
for six months In the "Wlndv City."
On ttiolr return to the Orient they will
tnnel via Europe, thus pinking i
Mrs. Hobs Kingsbury, Miss Lydla
McStockcr, Miss Florence durrey,
clrclo of tho globe.
Mrs, J. II. Sopcr and Miss lllattrho
Sopor nro the guests of the Hon. mid
Mrs. Charles flics at "Knlapakl,"
Kauai. Prior to her departure for
Kauai Mrs. Sopcr wns not enjoying
tnc Pest or Health, so has not been
ncceptlng Imitations to formal enter
tnlnmcnts on tho "Garden Isle." al
though her friends have been eager
to entertain her nnd her charming
young daughter. Tho major portion
of their IhU tins been spent In tho
mountains near Senator Knudscn's
plao, wficro they havo been 'tho
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hanson. Mrs.
Sopcr and Miss Iljancho Sopcr aro ex
pected homo on Sundny, October --M.
Mr. Hurry Lowls was n departing
passenger on the Makura Thursday.
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u. ..lint, .inn, lllliu IIIB W1IU I1IIU Mill
nro visiting rclntlcs. it the present
plan Is carried out, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Iwis nnd Muster Donald will return
to Honolulu on tho same sbtu. which
will arrive In this city by the 12th
of December. Mrs. lwls' mother has '
been quite ill, but from Inst ndvlces
sho wns on the road to tho convales
Mr. and Mrs. John Eltlngtr baci
leaded tho Charles Crano home, nt I
Hitf, Kownto street, where they wllli
reside with their family until tliol
first of tho year, In January they I
will mote Into their own homo In
Mnnoa Vnlley, which Is now occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morse nn.)
two children. j,
w w ,
Keen regret has b?en fell by the
general community since the news
has b"on nude piihllr that Major Al
exander Davis and his charming fam
ily nro to leave for tho Plil'pplnoi In
Nocmbcr. Tho Major Is ho Chief
i Depot Oimm'Ksary, and ll wai hnp?d
I Hint ho would be stationed hero f'r
sevcrnl jears. During tho few months
that they hnc resided In tho Islimls.
they have endeared themsehes tn tho
man)' ncqualntancos and friends Hint
they tune made. Miss Kllzihcth Hi
vis has been exceedingly ixipuhr
wllli Iho joungcr set.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Klstnn will
sail on Iho twenty-third or this month,
on tho steamer Manchuria, for Yoko-
J hama. After a Bhorl stav In Japan,
they will embark for Cairo, Kgypt,
where they will Btiend the winter.
In the spilng of I! 12 they will con
tinue their trip around the world.
w w w
Dr. nnd Mrs. M. Edmund Grossman
nnd young son, who hnvo been spend
ing tho past month nt tho Shnw place
I at Kohalu, returned to their home,
I MIK Kcwnto street, today. Whllo so
1 Journlng at the tc.mliore the doctor
I and his "harming wlfo entertained
their friends residing In town In nn
Infnrmnl but delightful manner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark hao
moved Into their new homo on Itocky
lllli Slopes, in College Hills. The at
tractive housi Is situated on Damon
, and McKlnlcy streets.
Tho Ilov. Mr. Scuddcr, brother of
Dr. Doremus Scuddcr, lias rented Mrs.
Oat's bungalow. He nnd his family
hnvo taken up a permnncnt rcsldonco.
Mrs. Sturgcs, wife of Captain Stur-
ges of the Firth Cavalry, tins been
vlsltlnc friends In town, tin Hlnr.
ges Is one of tho most popular young '
matrons In tho service, and possesses I
scores of friends In Honolulu.
Remember the Dr.te
Monday, Oct. 16
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. F. Prorser arriv
ed this Wtck on tho Slbcrli from :in
extended trip thtoiigh Aliski, Canada,
Washington, Oieson nnd California.
"They have been given a royal wcl
como by their llonrlulit friends, who
hate missed them during t icir four
mouths' nbsenco from tho U lands.
Mr. Johan Alfred Dunip rsturno I to
Honolulu on the Cliullns, October
the eleventh hiving s.itnt some lltno
on Hawaii on both the Krna and IHIo
sides stiidlug tlio na Ivc life. A fort
night, wns rpcnl on the Irltnd of Maul. '
Mr. Dump will bi a few weeks long
er ut tho Seaside Hotol. - '
Mis.! m. U Mill rl his boon spend
ing some time on Maul nnd llnwail,
whvio she his bco.i r:iicwliu nc
nualntanco with oil Irbnds of Patin
Mrs. Murv Wlddlllria li ilnllln-
her diugliter, Mrs. Iljron K. t laird,
who Is occupying the William Itaw
llns" homo at Wilder avenue. Mr.
Pnlrd after a ph'iisurahlo ten do.vs
visit In Honolulu retiirncl Tuosdny
to his heme In II In. His wlfo nnd
two children will leavo on tho next
Wllhclnilni for Hawaii,
Mr. and Mrs. George IWtkley. wto
have been stopping at the Hotel Colo
nial, have taken up a pctmancnt re
Blilenco nt the Peninsula,
Madam Tenncy, the mother of Mr.
Edward Tenncy, Is very ill at tho
George Castles homo nt Wnlklkl.
Mr. and Mrs. E..E. Paxt-n will en
lertuln at llalclwn tnmorrnw at lun
cheon, In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. K;
C. Ilrown, They will motor wll'i
their guests to II ilclwa. by way 'or
tho Pall, and will return In Honolufri
In tho nrterurnn vln Wahlawn.
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Murray, who
havo been traveling extensively
through Canada 4ind California for
Iho past row months sa'ld from Sn'ti
"r.nnclsco on tho fourteenth of thl.i
month on tho Slorrn. which will ar
rive In Honolulu next Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J, Alfred Magoon,
Miss Magoon, Miss Emmcllne Ma
goon and Messrs. Marmnn anil Eaton
Magoon left on tho Wltliclmlna for
California. On their nrrlval In San
Fmnclscn they will go directly to the
Mrs. Thomas Jamps King and Mrs.
Thomas Victor King nre observing
earn T'ltirsday oLtho month as their
"At Homo Day."
(Continued on Pag 14)
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