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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, MAR. 11, 1912.
(1. J. Waller returned thli morriliiK
ri inn San t'riiiiL'lrii, where lip went to
attend the wedding of 111" daughter.
Tim San I-'i-iiiii'Ihco Call r Mulch C
snys or din wedding:
. At n pretty hemic ceremony, witness,
ill hy half n linnilrril relatives ninl
! frleml!), Mln Until Waller of Alu
tneila became the lirlilp nf John Hugh
Chgg of Kngtiind at 8:30 nVlock limt
evening. Tim cereiminy tiMik place
within a Imwer nf pink roses, ilalnty
greenery ami tnlle, which wiik erecleil
In Ihp liny wlnilnw nf Hie largo HvltiB
i ii. ami pink anil green prevailed a"
the color hcIipiiio throughout the dec
ninllnn. The hrldo wiim given In murrhigu by
lur father. (lllhort Waller. Silo wore
a handsome wedding gown uf white
kiiIIii, en train, elahorated In pearls
and lace, and completed hy u veil,
or.uign litoMfoniM ami a shower hoiuiuct
nr lilies of the valley. Four sisters
allcniliil her Miss Henrietta Wnller,
lis nuild nf liininri Misses Christine anil
Mather, iih I .riiloHlilil lilx ; and little Ilea
Irlee Wnller,- who Khared the. ilutlm of
Mower girl with her cousin, Knilly lug
ham Douglas Clcgg of Los Angeles
alii tided IiIk hrotlier iih heat man.
'I he maid of honor wore, u Finart
town of white silk poplin, and the two
bridesmaid wero becomingly attired In
while and pink crepe do china. All
llnco carried" nrmsful of pink roues.
The two llower girls wnro dainty frockH
of while mil pink, and carried gold
baskets illlpil with roses, from which
they strewed the pathway of the. bride
with roip petals.
The lloyal Hawaiian Quintet fur
nlili.il the wcihlliiK music, unil Mis
illndyH Kulghlii, a friend of the bride,
kii in? HPveral appropriate songs prior to
Hi" ceremony. An elaborate wedding
supper followed. The hrlde'H table wnH
IriKeil In pink roses and pink Kliaded
candles, with water colored niiinn cards
of cuplds unci iiilnlatiirc brides mark
lug places for llftcen.
The brlilo In the daughter of Mr. and
Mrn. (lllbcrt Waller of Central avenue,
formerly prominent resident" of Ho
nolulu, and Is well known In the soelnl
clrcleH of the Fuel mil City. She Is
charming, accomplished, u talented vlo
Jlnlst. She met Clcgg when studying
music In Lolpslc. Clcgg Is a wealthy
Kngllsh merchant, and their wedding
trip will Inclndp a tour of the world.
(In .March IS they will sail for Hono
lulu; from there to Australia and In
itial, eventually reaching London, their
future home. The ceremony wan oris
Inally set for the 14th, hut was hasten
ed on uccounl of the Imperative depar
ture today of tho hrlde'M futher for
Honolulu, necessitated hy business affairs.
Island Steamers Bring Big Cargoes,
Willi the arrival of several Inter-1
Island steamers at the pint, n consht-l
crnhlo quantity of sugar litis been re
ceived, ii iKirtlnn of which will bo
transhipped to vessels soon to depart
for the mainland. Tho steamer V. (.1.
Hall has readied port from Kauai with
.'."mi sacks sugar. Tho Klnnii from ,
Kutial porta or call brought 83Hf) sticks
In add to tho amount already Biuret
nt local warehouses. In tho cargo
brought hy tho ntenmer Nocau wero
tlirco thousand sacks nf sugar, while
a small consignment arrived In tho
Mlknhala fruni Maul and Mnlolcil
NEW FLEET HEAD
GOES TO ORIENT
Hear Admiral Reginald fair fax
Nicholson, en route to command tho
Asiatic Miundrnu, arrived on tho SI
berla this morning, accompanied by
his family and members of his per
sonal staff. Admiral Nicholson lias
been chief of the bureau of navigation
In Washington for some thuv past, uud
as such has been In cloc touch with
department policy and navy matters.
Since January I. however. Admiral
Nicholson luih been on leave, and this
morning he was tinablo to give any
added Information as regards tho stay
of the Purine tleet III Hawaiian wit
ters. Member of the party, however,
stated that thu belief prevailed In
mainland navy circles that the cruiser
Maryland was to be ordered back hero
iih soon iih her crulso with Secretary
Knox wns completed, which looks ns
though the State Department Intended
to keep the licet here for some tltuo to
Admiral Nlchobon expressed n de
sire to see the work at Pearl Harbor,
with which he has a paper nciiialnt
ance, ami soon after the Siberia dock
ed he was taken duwn there, by Vn
trr Dillingham. Civil Knelnocr (Jayler,
who has charge of thu navy work, was
on hand to explain the status of dry
dock mid building construction.
In the Nicholson parly lire Mrs.
Nicholson, MIsh Nicholson, Mrs. Har
bour, ii nleec of the admiral; Com
mander Charles II. McVay, chief of
staff; Lieutenant Commaiuler Wurtii
baitgh, who was navigator nf the South
Dakota when the Paclllu licet llrst
emtio here, unit Father Matthew P.
(tlenson, chaplain. Lieutenant 1'alvln
Page, who has been here for the last
two weeks, joined his chief and will
proceed to the Orient with tho pally.
rather (ileason has been chaplain of
the Culled States frigate Hancock,
COMMENCING MONDAY NIGHT
Continued Success of the Honolulu Favorites
Robert Athon and Effie Johnson
In their Magnificent Electrical Production
Conceded by Competent Critics to be as Good as " The Christian"
We positively guarantee this to be the most pretentious act ever
seen in Honolulu
Note. AH ministers of the city cordially invited.
Blondy Robinson and Partner
Eccentric Comedians and Dancers
A New and Novel
FEATURE FILMS ! FEATURE FILMS !
1913 Floral Parade
Taken by Mr. Ed. Fernandez
Making Bamboo Hats The Ragged Coast
Mother and Sons of '76 Buffalo Hunt,
. Interesting and Educating. Take the Children.
MATINEES : MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY
All run down, easily tired, ncry
ous? And do not know whst
to take? Then go direct tD
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
Ayer's Sarsaparilla t
tnttni k, D. J, C. Ant & C... t...'J. M,n U. 8. A.
Klatlnned at llrooklyu, and Ih a great
favorite of thu lnnlm' Club, the ex
clusive New York body, of which he
In xuliKto he the role clergyman inein- I
bit-. He was the guest of Archbishop
Itlordau and proiiilueut members, of i
tlio Catholic church In San Francisco
Just prior to hi departure. He will
Join tho flagship Saratoga of the Asi
atic tniiadron, either at Yokohama or
Shanghai. The hcadquartcrx for thu
wturr uro maintained ut thu latter point.
(Continued from Pago 1)
"Tho matter of assisted Immigration
Is Ht 111 an lniKirlant one, 1 have; nev
er been In favor of the ptnnl; of two
yearn ago which declined against thin.
I do believe In mure encouragement
for American citizens to come here,
Hid 1 tduill advocate tho encourage-
mniit of more citizen labor In tho
skilled wurk and employment nioimd
tho sugar mills, etc.
"If the sugar tariff Itf not reduced, I
I behove the plantations can afford to
employ tnoro citizen labor. When tli
bringing nf AtucrUun citizens hero U
not fuaslhle, I am not nno In oppose
Ilia securing of labor from Uurupe.
"I urn opprised In elements In tha
parly hero which IiiIiic discredit iimi,'i
It, though tills is a pmty mutter. And
I mil certainly against the 'double am
vcullnu' plan. If wu cnntrol tho con
vention them will be no nomluu-tlon of
ii Delegate to Congress on April in.
The convention will bo adjourned to a
later dntn, after tho national platform
Is nutu and we have something In go
Breaks with Link,
McCarthy's determination to lie,,
conio it candidate- was. as sudden as
Ms announcement. Last Krldwy lio
had thrqe couferi'iucs with McCaiul
less, whom lie hud previously siiiHjrt
ed, lu wl(lqh tho Qolonel urged Mc
Caudle,ss not to insist upon tho doit-tie-convention
Tho last conference wan ut McCarthy's
homo lalo Friday evening, uud Mc
Cunilless then seemed willing to liuvo
the Territorial commlltco rescind Its
action in onlcilng the conventions
c'lllcil slmultiuicuiisly, loiter McCand-
less called McCarthy up and suld he
could nut do It.
Two or three times dining thu day
McCnilhy had been reiuly to cull It
lulls with Mnk uud lit) did so Friday
night. 1'iovlously MrCandlcss hud
i cleaned him from any olillgatlou uf
Saturday morning McCarthy licard
all about thu tdiiipostiious meeting uf
tho Tori'ltuiTu! commlltco tlio night ho
fine, anil Unit McOamlluss alnl Ills men
stood put and hold to tho doiiblo-ron-vcntlon
system. Then tho meeting ol
prominent Democrats was called in
tits olllro nt noon, and half an lipiir
afterward lie was an announced candidate
1 " "
WE URGE YOU whon buy
ing your next suit to sec our
showing of "BENJAMIN" Clothes.
In purchasing one of these suits you
get more than you expect.
Every suit of this make is abso
lutely guaranteed before leaving our
If you know anything about
good clothes conic and sec what
wc have to offer.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL S
II II aaMRM II i
Lurllnc Cringing More Mall.
Tho Matsuu Navigation sleamcr
l.iilllno fioiii Kail Francisco Is duo In
auho at Honolulu on Wednesday
inill'iilug v.llli S cabin and ! steer
ago puKseusuin. J 10 sacks of lator
, mainland mall, and u ii;mllty of ox-
preSH ini(ttor Tho last wlinleis nies.
mgo fr nil that vessol gave the Kisi
tlon of the stoiiinor.us 720 nillus off
the poit steaming through smooth
MiB, llultmau, well ami fuvorahly
kiiiiwn iih a capable dressinakur, has
been engaged to tukn charge of tho al
teration room In Jordan's rcady-lo-wcar
departiunnt. Two nuw saleo
wiimeu liavn also hemi engaged and
ladies visiting this department will
receive a hearty welcome whether
purchasing or Just looking over the
grand display of fashionable mer
chandlsn carried by this popular store.
Four masked men overpowered tin' 1 1
night watchman In the Columbia The-1
liter, St l.nuR blew open thu safe '
mid got mwiy with $.':mmi.
All Feature Program Tonight
4--Grea t Vaudeville Acts4
4 Interesting Pictures 4
Jourdane Operatic Quartette
Offering for the First Time Here
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W&rML -'.-.--k v.myw- 4 -JJLA,
Also, An Extra Added Atfraction
at ii mil Tin. u.i.k t iiour maktuumi:' i- oi dfmiaa, i..vn;uTAiNMUN' 4
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