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BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
Take Care ti?! Baby
Kfi 12 EVENINQ
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JUNE BRINGS PRETTY WEDDINGS
AND DAINTY AFFAIRS FOR BRIDES
Society of Week Largely Devoted to Cupid Several Elabor
ate Dinner Parties on Calendar.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell' Bridal ninn'm-il In clnlnl pink rambler ros i
Dinner. anil fei.tl.orv RprayN of innl.lonlialr
Mr. nnil Mrs A .! dimpLc'll'it beaut- Utii. TIic pluic cnnlH cr hiikkuhI
Kill home ni the kpIIIiik for om of he of tin- rnmliiK weildliiK of Mini
llio most elaborate and eleKanlly tip- Nolt mill Mr Dowsclt. At eacli Ki.eHts
pointed dinners Klieii tills hciikoii. place u eornKi' bouquet wax plaeed.
This party wan rUmi In honor of Miss Miss on llolt'n yueats were Mlns
I.aura Nott and Mr. Herbert Downett. Catherine Coodale. Miss Aviv Ken
who aie to be married Bhortly. The lied. Miss Muriel llmsntt. Miss Nora
(llnliiK room was a erltable trystltiK Sturceon. Miss (Irace Davis, Miss
bower of loc Cupids eerwhore. Jleatrlce Holdsworth, and the bride
l'lnk and blue and cold was the color to-be, Miss l.nura Nott. The hoi r
scheme and It worked Into a beautl- i Iter luncheon was deotcd to sewing
fill ensemble. Lonp graceful spras .ml social chatter.
of Carthatacarpus were artistically
ulaccd, -illded baskets were filled with
tills dainty bloom, the long-handled Captain and Mrs. Carter's Bridge
basket being tied with pink and blue Evening.
mclllno In the lovers' knots. Sua- The iharmlng and delightfully ai
pended fiom the celling to the table langed bungalow of Captain and Mrs
were trailers of blossoms. Cold has Clifton Carroll Caller never appeared"
kets with pink bride's rosea occupied to better advantage than it did oi
the tuble center. Graceful ferns with Thursday ctcnliig when this popubr
the petals of pink roes In wind- and charming iiiuple entertnlued i.i
blown profusion lent an added charm honor of Mr. and Mrs. William ('
to the circular board. Just beneath Irwin and Mr. and Mrs. Templeton
the chandelier a watchful Cupid was Crocker. The prett lanal was iuut
suspended. The efTec' of the whole with oriental lanterns and Illuminated
reflected the greatest credit on .Mis. with electric bulbs, the effect being
Campbell's nrtlstic sense 'I he place most atllslle After several ery ex
nrds wero extremely attractive. The citing rubbers of bridge a chafing dish
ftuosts of this dinner are the friends supper was sencd Captain and Mr,
chosen by this charming joung couple Carter are unusual favorites, as aro
us their bridal part. Mr and Mrs. nil people coming rrom the South.
A. .1. Campbell's guests were Miss There Is about the southerner a cor1
Laura Nott, Miss Uraco Davis. Miss dial air of extended hospitality and
Catherine Coodale. Miss Alice Cooke, welcome. The gifts for top scoring
Miss Marv on Holt, Miss Muriel -vero the brown burnt baskets Illicit
How'att, Dr. Ferdinand lledemati. Mr. with jellow chrysanthemums and th.V
Dixon Nott. Mr (leorge Fuller. Mr. handle tied with huge chine bows cl
Guilford Whitney, Mr. Hd Hedeman, vellow mclllno. Captain and Mrs
and tho most Important man at the Carter's guests were Mr. and Mrs
wedding, the groom. Mr . Ilerbeil William 0. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs
Dow sett. Charles Templeton Crocker, General
rnd Mrs. M. M. Macomb, Major and
Crozler Burns Nuptials. i Mrs. Kdvvard J. Tlmbertako, Dr. and
Miss Florcnco House Crozler and Mm Adams, Mr. unit Mrs. Walter
Mr. Caleb Burns were united In hoi) Francis Dillingham, Mcs. Kleanor
wedlock on Tuesday of this week at lljde-Smlth. .Mr and Mrs. Harold Di
tto home of the bride's parents, Hngham, Mr. and Mrs Georgo Davlos
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crozler. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Wilder, Mr, and
The charming home was prettily Mrs. F. Faxon lllshop, .ludge nnd Mrr.
decorated with Held daisies and William Whitney, Mrs. Coleman
marguerites and feathery ferns. Palm Lieutenant Andrews, Mr. ltlchard
and plants nnd green and white bam Wright. Mr. William Iloth. Tho prlzo
boo made the rooms mos' attractive winners were Mrs. Charles Templeton
Tho bridal party stood beneath a Ciocker, Mrs Waller Dillingham. Mrs
tridal bell of vvhlto daisies, while H.vilo-Smltli. Mr. James Wilder and
tarnations, butterfly hows of while Mr. j. Macomb,
tullo and white, satin ribbon. 'Ehe . '
bride was given Into the keeping of
her future husband by her father. Tin General and Mrs. Macomb's Dinner.
Itrverend Dr Sciulder tied the nup- Colonel Hell was the guest of honor
.:ul knot. The bride was attractively nt a dlnnrr given on Friday evening
Mwied In n fine white linen lingerie, bv General and Mrs. Macomb. Tho
(town dalntll) trimmed In cluny mil 'able was n cr artistic and pretty
n altesc lace. A large plcturo hat picture with Its masses of pale pink
with graceful vellow plumes complit- loses and feather) fern. Pink tullo
cd this pretty wedding costume. 'Mrs. veiled this pretty arrangement of
tlnrns Is n pretty, fair girl who ha roses. The place cards boro tho Ma
tt In st of friends here. lr. Hums i ntnli monogram In gold. The hour
Ivcs on Maul and there took hli nf'cr dinner was devoted to brldgo
l.rl.'o to the pretty little bungalow I'encinl and Mrs. Macomb's guest.!
were. Colonel Hell, Ma, and Mrs. John
Whollev, Mn, und MrB. James Mad
ison Kennedy, Captnlu and Mrs.
fVokc. Cap'a'n and Mrs Game, Cap
n' Mrs Caso, Miss Alberta
1 . in I irtipinni Ca linle.
T function given by them Is nlways an
anticipated pleasure. Tho Irwlns nnd
their party of friends remained at
Hatclvva all night nnd completed the
loiind-thc-lHlnnd trip Sunday evening.
The llrst of this season's mllllar)
dances was given on Satuidny even
lug when tho olllcers nnd Indies of
Sr-jiolleld Itarraoks entertained at a
dancing parly In the tlarrarks Hall
In honor of the officers and ladles of
the different pnstH of Honolulu. Many
townsfolk vveie grnclously Included In
the Kcholleld Invitational list and ne
(opted with pleasure. Tin- post hall
presented n gala uppeuraneo Its wnlls
were hung In bunting, flags and mnlle,
while the posts wete hidden from view
by the mnsses of green and white
iiiiMiuuii itiitiiiHi" III aill"lll liiuiiiniiin.
'I lie many beautiful gnu us worn by
the women and the dazzling and l.rll
llaut uniforms of the otllcors male It
n sli;ht worth seeing.
Whose engagement to Benjamin Con- gj, Andrew's fair,
rad of the University of California Princess Knlanlnnanle was Hie mm
was recently announced. Miss pg spirit and an untiring one In nink
crcigmon win arrive home irom her pg the benefit lnau last saturuay in-
MISS MARGUERITE CREIGHTON
college studies shortly.
success (hat It wns. HeliiR chnirmnii
Is not alt glory, as much work Is In
volved that require perMinnl super
vision. Princess Knlanlanaute Is both
capable anil tins a iiciigiiiiuiiy im-u
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hedeman's
. , -.. . t, , .
.vir. ami .urs. .icisepu i.ci.c.unii en-', : , ., ,.,' ... -ri...
icrtnlncd very Informally at dinner wV."f ,lenll"K "'V1,1'' ...I.1
on Friday evening. The tnble center
lunii tables were crowded with tempt
., mnn,l I., hrllllnnl r..t..F..,l !.. Ug VlllIUlS ll.U.ll ll'li i-n- "".. "
.- i.o.iu ... .'...,.,.. ...,..' ,ln- .. ... . , , ... . .,,.,,.
ti.rlhimu nt,,t ferns The l.mir nfK.r !" Meeis mill imucil i I"
dinner wns devoted to music
Mrs. Hctlcman's guests
uslc Tlrniul Tl' ovoulng liours were pleivantl)
.. ... .'. '" wlilled uwav dancing to the music of a
.ins. ficuciiiuii s guesiH weie iiir. aim .. ,, , . .. n it.i
Mrs. Ilruce Cnrlwrlght. Miss F.lllh P" llawnllau iiulntette. Her : Mr. -Williams.
Miss Geialdlne Ncumnn, " " I.lllknlanl graced 1.
Miss Funl.e Pratt. Dr. Ferdinand '" '' lcr l'resence . a n net w hlcli
Hedeman. Lieutenant llurchnenl nnd "M,nR l''"'" "' H.mcilulnii ns
Mr. IM. Hedeman. , to the stranger.
Mrs. Arthur Hodgln's Luncheon. I, Tint Day Is with us once . mire and
M.s. Arthur tUidglns entertnlued nt r "W ,r,,1,, f'(t, ,,
a very small and delightfully Informal '"1" '" 10 W'"' '' S' tZ
luncheon on Wednesday of this week. ,1(lt '' "'.C Isl"Kfl '!" "" , i.n
.i.i.. , i i taken will net as a spur to the public
iif,lli uiiuirii iiuniiu llilliin i'lw unc-u , ,,. , n ,,.. m.i ,,..
ns Inhln .leenrnllnns. Tl... nfl.rnnnn "' 'I"1 " w' ''lv0 l'rnlly . 1 Lorn
.. ...i i ii .. !s nothing more pathetic than decrepit
Mrs. Hodgln's guests were Mrs. Wll- "' lllllr,"1 M "p; ,Ar"T, " 'r"l" I
n V,... i ,. i... woman ins. passed the three score
iiililirsuii, .tup. .luuiun wuilKUCllJ Ullil . . , ,,, . ... i ,,-
Mrs i.'m,i iin....i. 1 1'' ten rs am without n home or ,
" i fiionds, .t-J-lml-i-,t- -Honolulu
" ' .... .. ..I n....nnl.l ,.. ne.
On Frldnv evenlnc Inst Sir. nnd Mrs. sociciy women ueii hi'I'V"-"
W. 11. Shlpmau enteitnluod In honor altt1ay," T,7 t'',Bn Z ' J J , loss, d J
of Mrs. It. V. Woods and Mrs. T. C. and do their shnrJ -K.wn rt lessl I ug r
White of Kona. Urldgo and five "",, ,,rt!cn1 " V'?. ri.Tl nlJ ,.i- I
hundred were the games .l)cd. Tho ,n..,e "M ' " h1"" "? ?'
Ulililtl. I lJ ... .-. . ... 1... .1.....
prlcs at brldgo, wero captured by ' Kei .ne sum o. .,.u..yv "-.
Mrs. Woods and Dr Kllloll, who took "., ""'.?..;
the trophies for llrst
ltlchnrdson got tho booby
live hundred prizes
John Watt and II. T. Forrest, while
thu booby was taken bv John Watt.
Delirious refreshments were solved
during the evening, nnd ever) body
lllolt. who took a,r" 2" ,ori ., ." p,
nlnen Genmn Ml Edlth Cowles' Boating Party.
o by .irlze Tho T1"' ,,IK Nnval "lc,1'a 1- l,arl
..! Mr. "f People about the harbor and as fai
Willi III .ll.H, .. . I.-I.M ,. 1..... tltn nrn,,t ,lr
as Pearl Harbor where the great dr)
dock work Is being done, Mondnv
evening. It wns nn espefclnllv beau'l
flit niooiillght nlglit and w'us therefore
oil the more enJiDed b the gues's
hnd n delightful time. Those present " ' ""' " " , Viu. rl.nllln' l-lli
i...i,..i...i vi. .. m ai.i L. ... hidden, who were Miss Frlscllln LIU
Inrl.ided Mr. and Mrs. Shlpman, thc-
Mlsscs Shlpman CD. Mr and Mrs.
1. C White. Mrs It. V Woods. Mr
nnd Mis. John Wntt, Mr. and Mrs.
('astend)k, Dr. ami Mrs. Llllot, Ml.
and Mrs. George Ulchardsou, Mr. nnd
Mrs Fisher, Mr and Mis. Paul llur
lels, Mr nnd Mrs It T. Foircst, .Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. McKay. Dr. Hlndloy. Dr.
Plow, Mrs. C. II. Fairer. Mr. Stobic
thnt awaits them.
1 l,n wedding or Miss "race Uo'.e't- '
(ton mi Mr Ilobert It McWdowncy i
., h .o'e. inl'ecl on Wednesday
luoi i if -. Vn'mv's Ca'hcdral
i? i -i. " . ' ., f.. rent leo-
!i - ' ('. 1 'InbTtson will
a r. i i.m'I nf ) miir nnd M
,,'!,. viu jip-o"t hi?
eott. Miss Helen llockwell, Miss Irma
llallentyne. Miss Hetty Case, Lleiiten
nut Illolr, Mr. Hosturn, Mr. George
McKldowney. Mr. Cnrruthers, Mr and
Mrs. Gerald Johnson ai.it Mr. and Mis
llany Marlln Hepburn.
Miss CollalV Bong Recital.
Miss Cdltl. follnlu' Kiinc recital of
ami aim .Mr. nerueri biiipinnn. ua Monday was Indeed a musical treat
vail Herald. nI1(i K,caly enjoyed by thu friends
,-k it -k iirpHp.it Hlslio.t llnll nt Puiiabnu
ivir. am ivir?. wi.i.am u. irwins
(i, ., .
I In i'
s T- Mi' I i ' i a i
' ' " ' s a deal of
i .. i. .'I n -' c i II1 he tho Dutch
in i n bo plven this ovenlug
i "l ' In .1 e of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilruce
I'O'iivrlrht. As every one Is bringing
his or her own supper tho mirth and
' n vIM bo creat An evening of Jinks
i" 1 fun will follow this unique din
"t Mr and Mrs. Cnrtwrlght's
nes's will bo Miss Lunlco Pratt, Miss
' dl'h Wl'llanis, Miss Geraldlnc Nou
" an, Mrs. Aby H.ichanan, Lieutenant
f his weik In honor of 1'rloo, Mr Sinclair Mr Groy, Dr For
bo Is it) be one i i dlnand Hedeman and Mr Fdvvard
rl is Hie table u Hedeman
i n I 'I ui .ti d
i u-. . . . i
' ll.inv i i-rc"! ' l
,i ti.H,,i to (In '
. .1 ,n . i wil
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n e o-i f li
wus comfortably tilled for, the occn
ulmi unit flip npii.de tnki.tir imrL
Mr. nnd Mrs. William G. Irwin en bmc( cnrofi and palustnkliig work
tennlned last Saturday evening ut n oll tll0 ,,art ,)f t1(,r toucher. Amimn
i"ntor party, starling from Honolulu xhmo lnklnK ,)nrt ero Mrs. John Fid-
"'' ' "k " iiuieiwii. wne.u u uen , jjrs. Clifton Tracey, .Mrs. Ches-
clous and well appointed dinner wns .- ii,,n Mrs llnwlnnd. Miss Miir.
served Tho table was prettily dec- ,.nrct Carki jii.,,,, jidufl Le)de, Miss
...a.eu in me pine pum unu yuuow j.',,rcllc0 Cassldy, Miss Itilth Itcnlon,
olranders tvhlch bloom In such pro- MBS Mailnn Hnvlland, Mr. Stanley
iiisi-.il in Miucivva, unimy spiays oi Uvlngstone. Mr. Andiew Poepoe, Mr
"njdenlialr fein being carelessly ar- jcdwln Glbb, Mi. Clifton Tracey and
luiieu over i.iu .uu.o uuiiiuuk. i no Allan Hcntou.
place cards were bits of Island seen- ' . , .
ery Mr. nnd Mrs. Irwin's guests
were Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Temple- Children's Dancing Club.
Ion Crocker, Mr. nndiMrs. Harold Dlb Tho weo tots of llllo showed them
Hngham, Mr and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, selves very upt scholars and reflected
Mr nnd Mrs Wnltpr Dllllnclintn n.ul erent erpilll fin tliplr Ipnp.iel. Mlh
Tr nti.l 1ra lfll,nr,l lunru A (,,.,. Annttnl T rw Pi ni-v titiTM.mv ,1-na wi.lt' i
let club furnished music iliirlnc tl.elduno and brouuht forth creat uiv
dinner and played afterward for the' llnuse. The Hussion cjjiiico clone bjlj
pleasure of tho guests. Mr and Mrs I Miss Henrietta Smith was Indeed j
Irwin aro ro)al entertainers nnd nnyl graceful and pretty. l
FRKSH AIR is the most impbrtalVt fdod,51f6f"thc, babyi in tlic
summer. Keep it out in .the cool, shady placcvas1 mucn
as possible. It is necessary to iiave' a ..suftable GO-CART or
CAllRIAGK for the baby.
Wo are agents for tho .STURGIS LUXURY CAR
RIAGES,. famous tho world over for quality. Luxury
Carriages provide both safoly and convenience for
mother and child. It is the only collapsible, made with
luxury back and scat rostmR on sensitive springs, 'a
perfect protection for baby's spine and head; at
$10,00, $14,00 and $18.00
No, 71 Luxuiy Carriage, as per cut, $10,00,
Other makes of Collapsible Carts as cheap as $6.75
Pullman Runabouts and Sleepers for those who
do not require a collttpsible cart, we offer an excep
tionally largo assortment of the,, large, roomy cai
riages, They come with recti bodies, in oak, daik
blue, French grey, upholstered in coiduroy and
leather cloth, The prices from $18,00 to $30.00.
No. 267 Pullman Sleeper lik'e cut.
It Saves Labor
A pure white soap that will not
injure the most delicate garment
Your grocer sells it
TEMPTING DISPLAY orNEW SUMMER GARMENTS
By Steamer Lurllne we received e complete new line of natural color
and Brown LINEN SUITS cut on the very latest New York ctyles. The qual
ity, weight and style of these garments arc unexcelled.
These also srrlved this week and Is the most complete line of stylish
Wash Skirts we have ever had the pleasure of offering. In Bedford Cord,
Poplin, Repp and Linen.
Nice assortment In mixed wool and Panama.
MONDAY is the lds, day of our Big
Clearance Sale of
Be sure and have another look at these
Another lot.'.of, these, popular pteame'l or-"Outing 'Hats, have justa been
put In stock. Colors and' whlteVotlne. A '
From o'ur own work rooms we are showing cholco specimens of the
milliner's art In Beautiful White Summer Hats.
KNOX SAILORS AND PANMAS NEW WHITE
SACHS' DRV GOODS GO., LTD.,
FORT and BERETANIA STS.
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