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EVENING! DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1912.
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; umiic -m Lwrumm hi ns;
nnd eencroiis tlmt bIio la beloved by crowded. The best ot good wishes
lilt who know her. Captain Curler bus) will follow ttienl to llielr Islnnd boine.
won nil onvinble placo In the good
wishes of Honolulu. Mrs. Cnrtcr's
mother. Mrs. Coleman, who hits been
her daughter's huuso guest, Is n
charming Southern womun mul de
Mr. mul .11 r. Howard Hitchcock's
The Country Club was tho settlir?
cldedly i(iinliir wllh nil who Imvo for n cry pietty dinner given liftiMr.
i,,i ti.n i.ii..niii-,. r mm.iiiiL' i,.ir it and Mrs. I). Howard HltchcocK IM'liim
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Admiral and Mrs. Cowles' Dinner.
Ailmlrnl and Mrs. Colcs cuter
lajned nt dinner In liondr of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry M.- Cowles and Miss
Cowles, who are relatives of Admiral
Cowles nnd are vIsltlnK In Honolulu,
llrown-oycil field dnl'les and feathery
Iqriis formed tho labia decoration and
Mis most effective. Tho place cards
wife tho Huwaiian coat-or-nrms. au
njltal nnd Mrs. Cowles" guests were
Ik to be honed that tho Carters Will oi .ir. umi n. ."i.w.B. ""'
..I... ii.i. ....... ,..,i Thoir .nim, n In. aftp Inblo was decorated In wnilo
oKorres; Monroe i;reniirilkel fclcrif .& Link roses. W,. lnco Mtf and $iT,Atc
luir iimiip in off nnd on thi-v lime en ds Asere bits of Hawaiian sconery. (Mules, Mr. .nnd ira. fniono iroini,
, .n" "n 'no ? or'sl ' ve' s5. eTTr. tmd Mr llltck'j..ic.rweni fr; and Mrs. Frederick : K amp, Mr.
Is really like going home The KKmS C arle Adnm, 'm, 'uTenney 1
lei's leave hero the Ilrst week Ili'-Aii-tffi "( ,',; (,,,, itncllck and Mr. John
BRILLIANTAND BEAUTIFUL EVENT
Nott-Dowsett Weddlnn. oiy whore and added In no small wny
WF.HMNO that was the cell 'lihnnce the lienuiy of this scene
ter of attraction last night A ""Be lanni nan ucen erecioii in wic
was that of Miss Laura Not! warden and stops lendliiK from the
and Mr. Herbert Dowsett The house wero rnnviis-coerod to the Innnl.
bilde Is one of the most pop- Here nt small tables the forty guests
ular girls In society and has bidden enjoyed n delicious wedding
a personal charm that has en- nipper. The bridal party occupied
, , i i...wiud rt-i.,.,,1.. ui.., "le comer mine wuio ine menus
donred her to mi her ess fr 1- , b b
Is enthusiastic and imalleeted, with a . . f nMPn,inll Ti.
- rare Brace of manner " dd u her at- ,' va ' ', ik J J
tractions. She has be a rpor. le hydrangeas and plnki
with Honolulu society, and her wed- . ' f iiinrv ',...,
ding was the occ. isl ''' rv7m' " done In pink roses while the dlnln-
shower her wltli lrn J ,r.! inll 0b a symphony In Kreen and
value and sincere good wishes. 1 he .. ,. . .' ' i,iru ..,,
wddluir took nlaco in St. Andrew 5" 1, h ,0 . n '.""., u." "A8.1... ?.?s
Cathedra , which was nios ex.pi site y ( , lleoornt()tlSi Tho room whefH
.eeorall'd Tor the occasion St. An- , (lllI1,ayBj wns nlaitse,,
drew s- Is nlwajs beaullf , b ill las.
nght it 'r.a8scd in bea my of decor- )or ,m ,WHuh0 ,0 lnpntlJn . K,flK
utlonand elegai ly 8oneJ" men ay; KTt.rylh,,I1B ronccva,,Ie , (lozells
wedding ceremo y tal UK place In this ,,, h( ftf b , (, J
church The altar was "'ncd In IIlnKnl,.PI t c ()f , .,.,., thTeQ
beau.irul Virgin llles ami I nsparaK lis ,m,IriM, ,,,,.,., ,n aU Kronl 1P ,,ar.
At ca.h pew entrance ns arranged Ut f ,, ' k
a bouquet of Virgin lies ami p k ,,,, tl(1M iIlP t.mlri. ,, 9Uer,
.a Frame roses tied with h go bo . i ,,, c,ln CHt , rock .. ,
ot pn.K ciiiiioii nuiioii. n.o u,,.u Lras i)roI1Il.s, .ak, koa, clockl, all(l
nirrv .iMtMri.,1 tin. I'linrrli lo Iliu ... .. . . rK.
. i V.i r ... i .T,if.,i i ni,u siaiuary in an endless variety ami
strains of the always beautiful Lolieii- ,,, T, lnarr,ag0 of M,R'g N(,
grin wedding march. The matron ol , M owcU UIll7eH two of ,
Honor. Mrs. Dauso u Warren, led tho ..i. ,..., ,, ,., ,, ,..,... .,.,
.... , t-i ,i... i.vi.inu iiin-ii luniiiien ill uuiiuiuiiii n-iuiiveH
(irldal procession. She. like Iht 'J ,,,, rrelItlB ()I1 botll Bdes nre ,,1R011-j
Iliads, was gowned In la I ranee rose Tho snc(r( a)I bmt of d
pink charmeuse sat n with lace coats ()f ,, , exten(lc(, t0 lU ,,,
of Vnleiiclennc nnd ex.p.isite Icturo Abou, flvo )ui,l(lre(1 vltatiriin were
hats of white lace, and conv en lonal muc(1 M th(j c urc
yatln bows with dainty pink rosebuds ,,,, le fr, aa of b , , I
In clusters. The matron of honor nnd,.., . mnnv n ,,.. ,,..' ,, ..
bridesmaids carried dainty bouquets b,., .,',,,. ,.' ,. ,,..
m ?X '"?' i"10 Vr" '" Vlnund "iff BO " Honolulu.
&. T , Itr ilnoMinltlu worn Minn Alien ...
Cooke, Miss Mary von Holt, Miss Mur-i
lei Howatt and Miss Allecn Dowsett. Mlt Ethel Whiting's Pol Luncheon.
Mr. Oeorge Fuller supported the' Miss Hthcl Wliltliiu was (hostess
Ktoom. Dr. Ferdinand Hedemann, Mr.' nt an elegantly appointed nnd delic
IMiminil Hedemann, Mr. Dickson Nott(lously and daintily served pol lunch
and Mr. (lullford Whitney were the, eon on Friday. The .Misses Hind were
' ushers.-- The dainty brldo tamo last,1 the motif for this gracious coinpll-
escorted by her mother, Mrs. George) ment. the tablo and houso weio
Sherman, who gavo her into the keep-! massed In maidenhair ferns and goi
lug of her husband. The double ring geousJjoUow. marigolds, yig pb&ls ot
service of the episcopalian church tlil'dalnty llower.bcliig scattered over
was used. Miss Nott was Indeed a'tneiauie. i lie liiace cams were nar
iinintllv Hueut and radiant bride. Horirlson Fisher heads and wero numb-
gown as simply exquisite, not from1 (.red, the dlpllcale' numbers wero put
i , mm , nil it Hi" ''H-j.ff'''
Mr. Chnrli's Ullilei's l.iinrlii'on
Mrs Hurry Lewis's llrlilge I'nrlj
.Mr. Drncsl (Inj's limirc
LoiwKiiiMi'l eilillng ,
Mnlor mid Mrs. Neillle to Kiilcrliiln
l'nhcrslh lliiuce cl n
Mr. nnd Mr. Ciirlnrjghl lo llnlerlntii
Dr. mul Mrs. Mornng's l'nrl)
Mr. John (lull's II, nice
Ingiis. Dills upllals
Mrs. Wllllmu I. M'oolcn's l.iiiirhenn
'Ihe Vciliiesihi) eteiilin; llrlilire Club
Mr. umi Mrs. (.Verge Duties' Dinner
Miss Knpke's Luncheon
McKlnle) ('oiiiineiiceiiii'iit Dance v
Mrs. Ullllain (I. Irwin's l.iinclicoi!
Mr. mid Mrs. Iluclilj's .Miislrnle
I'liiiiiliim Ciiimiieiireiuciit Dunce
.Miss Mnrgnret Center's Tea
Major mul Mrs. John Wlmllfj's l'nrl)'
Mrs. J. W. Atkinson's Dinner '.
Mrs. Curtis' Aflernoini Tea, c t
Mr. umi Mrs. Moore's llrlilge KteiiliiK
Miss Dorolli) Woods' (inrilen I'lirlj"
MNs Theliiin Murph)'s l.miclicoii
Miss Llhel Whiting's I'ol Lunch
Margaret mid (nslou Willi's lllrlhilii)'
Miss Luc) Dlinoiiil's Lunch
Adnilml mul .Mrs. Conies' Dinner
Miss Harriet Young's Ten
,. , ,!, i-iKUi;iii. uuu tfup,Jiwt,,y,,.,yw JH -, . , '
hUnl I m nt,.. Mr. Armolrn,,,. MllQlf WHS lIllCKield.
, ,.,,,, tv in (he plonsuio of the guests after din-
Lon.ltuililcll Medillng. ; ' " Mr8i Charles Wilder' Luncheon.
The wedding of Miss Annabel uiw. ' ( Mrs. Clinrlei Wilder entertained nt
mid Mr. Albert Ituddell will by, sollV " , il" cj,ai, ui,n. '' .1 chnrmlii): and dnlnlll." npiiolnted
einnlred this evening ut K o'clock ill,1'''" Mr!- Frederick Klamps luncheoii on Tueaduy nt her home on
St Andrew's Cnlhedrnl. Miss. Carol i '"nfr .. i.v,.,lr.rlrk Klninn worn l'"1'"1 Slrwl' Covers worn laid for
l.ow will bo her sister's matil of hojior, W- '"' "" ''-fanol Icr of thel?'- '"'- houMifmr lunch was de
and Miss Laura 1iw nnd Miss Clorln-;?'""' to bridge. Tho tablo was ex-
da Low will be bridesmaids. Mr Ueo,'' "' '',."''"7 n d Mrs milrllcly decorated with pink loses
Kluegel will support Mr. llud.teil. Ar- pjlv.ei, lav wero the guests of b or' I" Kllded basket nnd the handle wni
ter the wedding ceremony the bridal, ' rn " " " mllCy "f" r ! d".i ,lt"1 llh a h,IK" c,,ln, 1,OW ot ."",k
iw.riv ,,ii,l rmnllv will L-ii in il, li.imi. ?. ! narmin, compnii) o iri " .....iii,.., Tll ..i..- c-urtln were Ivoiy
I,f llon. Judge m,d Mr, Dole on Hn,; T mrge low baXtas 'nlleMi'"";
as sss& ;arc, a-. Cm.rir.iieris.o z xxw. xt:.
popular couplo. Miss ll the eM-X, "ill, a h,'g Hdm.,',' bow of rm'r-lM". Klmiior llv'''. ! :? -
est (iitugiuer oi .vir. linn .rs. r.nen , urt.,,. nI,d tho nlaco cards were """' "" "'.""''" "'"' V;.-'
jiw niu h n Kweet nnd w iisonie L'lrl. 1 1 ,, ... i.r.,.i .. ti. .,.,i0 ., liamy ncou. Airs, i iinon i.uriui mi-
.Mr. Ituddell Is a resident of Illlo ihhI.m, ,i m Klnm'ii nr,, Mr. nul ler. Mrs. Frederick Klamp
lias neen lor some
ciiiies a rcspun
lliiilil.tll li.iu limit
for his bride. Mr. Perry Deverlll dnd Frostier.' General' and Mrs. Macomb, University Club Dance,
.Mr. Charles Htlllman will art as ush
liKMinmiiiiirirmiiiMmi Kin in i H mi II '"'T''" ''jmJTli
(' I A V5V,
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n resident or Illlo and, Mr. nm, Mr8. Klamp were Mr. and 1''. ". 1 -Tederlck K lamp. Mrs.
no jenrs, where he oc-M.r. Fiancls (lay. tho honored guests, H'"W. "r- ' ' Scolt aml MIU
nslblo position. Mr .Mr, ,iii Mrs. Antono Urifiip. ClptatillMnrIa'1 "Cl,tta
pared a beautiful home an,i Mrs. Sturgls, Mr. nml Mrs. M. I'. . w
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder. Mr. audi The l'nlverslty Cluli Is going to give
Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs, A Ifnle ono m mwuys impiiiui uum ....
llatinherg. Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. M'ednesdny evening of next week.
Ueorgle Spalding, Miss Hlighes, Miss The ilnb parties nro nlways del gill fill
y will leave Tor Alice Cornet. Mr. Ueorgo Fuller, Mr. uuu nt-i i.w .'"."'".TiT
No Invitation's' Vniigh. Mr. Cnmponette. Blgnor Arann. Jolly good tlmo lotho guests bidden.
era nt tho church. After the recep
tion Mr. and Mrs. Ituddell will go to
the f't'iiliiHiiIu for their honeymoon
and on Wednesday they will leave for
their home In Ho.
haxo been sent except verbal ones,! Mr. Georgo Torrey and Mr. Hniei-t
but no doubt the church will bo day
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l'lschell, Miss Paulino Scbaefer. Missels Cowan, Mr. Alexander. Anderson,
gown was simply exquisite, not from treu, me uipuca e numtiers wero put ' ' Miss Marlorle Cliapln Mr- William Alexander. .
point of trimming but from Its quiet1 In u basket and the guests took a Daphne Damon. Miss Jinrjoru unapin, 1
elegance and girlish simplicity. The number from the basket and thus Mlso Thelma Murphy, Miss Klolso.- T
creation of white meteor satin was found their places at tho table. It wichman, Miss lluth Sopcr, Miss Vlo- Major and Mrs. John Wholley'i
simply made and trimmed In elegant was.u uniqiio and pleasant diversion i0t Shrovcr. Miss Muriel Howatt. Miss
Valenciennes lace ana was nnisneu "" mu unuui muuiuu. .urn. muxuuu- uuth Woods, .Miss uoruona uiimnn,
vlth a long-nolnted train. Tho bodlco er Itpbertson and Mrs. Charles-Hall Miss Fanny lloogs. Miss Alice Hoogs,
'and sleeves of the gown were embel-; ravored tho guests with Bevernl sclec- Miss Ciilchou llunter-.Ioiies, Miss
llslicd In Valenciennes lace of exquis- tlons. Miss Whiting's guests wero neryl Hunter-Jones, Miss Helen Mc
it,, itnnliiii Tho rnstumn vast com- Hen Majesty Lllluokalanl. Miss Kva l nin Mlrnt Cnrrli, MeLnlu. Miss .lulil
pleted with a long tullo veil and close- Hind, -Miss Nina Hind, Miss Margaro' ott0 Atwater. Miss Dora Atwaler, Miss
lilting wreath of orange blossoms. It Hind, Miss Maud Hind, Mrs. Alexaud- Mnrgnrcl Fonest, Miss Margaret
has been yeurs. If over, since such a cr U. M. Itobcrtson, Mrs. Carlos Long, Center Miss Louise McCarthy, Miss
nietty wedding has taken place liure. Miss Dcr)l Jones, Miss A. Jones, Harriet Lucas. Miss Mary
After tho wedding service was com-1 Mrs. Curtis laukea. Mrs. IMIth Miss Virginia McCarthy. Miss Hoslo
pleted tho bride and groom, radiantly I Morton. Mrs. lllnd or Derkeley, Mrs,1 Herbert. Miss Doras llutchlns, Miss
happy, left tho church nnd the bridal Hind of Kohnln, Mrs. Charles Chll- Helen North, Miss Helen Drown,
party wns soon In motors and away llngworth, Mrs. Antone Hosa, Mrs.JMiss Dorothy Grace Wood, i.llss Kva
to tho bride's home In upper Nuijantf,' ije-njieil, .Miss ctaig. Miss starlit. Hind, Miss Marian Cliapln, -Miss Maud
where tho Informal reception tool Ml.s Henrietta Smith, Miss Callto mm. Miss Helen Jones, Miss Mur-
' place. None but relatives and tho Lucas. Miss Agnes Duchanan. MIsh ,-aret Jones, Mlas IMIth llnldwlii,
neai est and dearest rrlends wero bl J- Llbby Peek, Miss Carol Iow, Miss .n8s Hazel Dockland, Miss Helen
den to shower good wishes and telle- Laura Low, Miss Clariuda Low, Miss Spalding, Miss. Martha McChesney.
ltatlous on this happy couple. Tho ' Hmmcllne Magoun, Miss Holen Co.I- Miss Frances Cochran, Miss Helen
homo or the bride's parents, Mr, and uuru, Jirs, jonn vomurn, jr., .Mrs. Colliirn, MIbs Alice DJvis, Miss
Mrs. .Ueorgo Sherman, was most kM. Clurtles 'Hall, Miss Sibyl lloberlsbn, l.eonn Jewctt. Miss IMIth Kolialo
riulsltelv ilerorutcd for this occasion. Miss Itutli Jounstnno and MIhs Mar
The front lawn, where the reception Jofjf l"reoth,- At n lalo'hour In the! af
was held, was tho work of artistic lornoon Ices wero sefved.
hands and thought. Tho entrance
above the stairway was banked In, The Commencement Dance,
Mies Until Llndlcy. Miss Itutli Hen
Ion, Miss Dentrico White, Miss Ksthcr
White, Miss Marian Drown. Miss
llazol Geai, Miss Thclmn Patker,
MIshI Ailcen McQulre, Miss Myrlo
Major and Mrs. John Wlmllev of
Fort Shatter entcrtnr.ied n Tuesday
evening at n delightful anil' Informal
evening entertainment. Drldgd anil
dancing wns the pleosirro ot tho
Wholley's guests. The First Infantry
hand rendered n delightful concert
which wns greatly enjoyed by tho
clients bidden. Major and Mrs.
Lucas,' Wholley, wllh their charming daugh
ter, received aim looKcd aner the
comfort of their guests, who were
General anil Mrs. Macomb, Major nnd
Mrs. James Madison Kennedy, Cap
tain nnd Mrs. Cooke. Mr. ami Mrs.
Homer Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Augus
tus K. Murphy, Mrs. Charles F. Wood.
Mrs. Cardwcll, Miss Dctty Case, Miss
Dorothy Graco Wood, Miss Thelma
Murphy, Mr. Cnmponette, Mr. John
Mucnuley nml Mr. Roberts
GAGE am KNOX
MILTON & PARSONS
Cup!, mul Mrs. Cllflun Curler to
The keenest of slncero regret Is be'
Ing expressed by friends of Captain
white lilies and ferns. The Inwn.' Tho graduates of Oaliu College wero Schuinan, Miss Margaret Hind, MIh '1 Mrs. Carter at their going away.
where tho bride and groom receive 1 1 hosts and hostesses nt the annual Mnrgnret llestnrlck, Miss Mlua Hind
lliu loving wishes of their friends, was commencement dunce. This party Is Mr. Cyril lloogs, Mr. Daniel Larson,
beautifully and artistically decorate.! ' always the opening of the dancing Mr. Harold Gear, Mr. .Iac Greene,
in garlands and lels of plumarlai and gaiety for tho younger sot In Mr. Wemo Timberlakc. Mr. Theodore
which covered the celling of tho laual Honolulu ami Is always Joyously an-1 Cooke, Mr. Jack Gait, Mr. Cm ter Gall,
"Tn the corners were huge branches of tlclpated. Tho hall was prettily dee-' Mr. Frederick Wichman, Mr. Donald
fragrant nnd pretty white ginger, orated In festooning of mnlle anil Lewis, Mr. Dixon Nott, Mr. Henry
llridnl bolls of white China asters huirj (lowers while tho walls wero decorat-. Whito, Mr. Clarence White, Mr. Wll-
oVer the heads of the bride and groom, cd with college and class pennants.! Ham Ouderklrk, Mr. llernard Damon,
On a tiny table near by were masse, I Tho girls all wore now frocks. andiMr. Sherman Kills, Mr. Foote, Mr.
dainty and pretty baskets of forgo boys, many of them wore their Ilrst! Watson llalleutync, Mr. William
me-iiots. The Inual where the daucln ; tuxedo, so one can easily realize tho Schumaii, Mr. William Harris, Mr.
took nlaco was a conccinlon III nlult liuiiortance of this function.' A lato Hubert McCouston. Mr. Kenneth
and green. Three hundred frngrani car awjlted the pleasure of the guests, Abies, Mr. Gill Smalt. Mr. Will Paty.j In tho" affection of Honolulu townsfolk
uud dainty pink carnation Iols mil and It was with regret (hat every ouo sir. Wllllo Morgan, Mr. John T. Molr.iMrs. Cnrter Is one of tho most beaut I
giirlamlB of mnlle covered tho spam left Ihe hnll of gnyrHy and pleasure. Mr.. Mr. Harold Kerr, Mr. Lylo.ful women In the inlands, she bus u
overhead; feathery bamboo was ev- Among those noticed were MIsj Holmes, Mr. Kdwlu Glbb, Mr. Fran-1 eliarui uf manner so sweet, wholobuuie
Orders hno rouie for them to leave
hero In August for Fortress Monroe,
the largest artillery post In the unit
ed States, Captain Carter Is promoted
to adjutant, which Is of courto u com.
plluiunt mid u distinction, 'yet Hono
lulu, society; folk. mo almost Bullish
enough (u "jvish ho had not gotten the
promotion. Captain ami Mrs. Carter
lire not only dearly loved by tho serv
ice people but luive won by their
charming perMiuulltlcs mul natural
and whulD-heartedness u warm place
Skilled and Carelul Laundresses Handle ihe Apparel
and' the sheerest garment is not injured.
Dry Cleaning of Men's and Women's Clothes by
Abadie's Krench Method.
. JOHN ABADIE,
777 King Sf Proprietor
Tm TT A fi "rTnrlTrVT TTTT1T V ! A TTPV il ill 1T n 11 f t ! 1 1
i'M MAb JtsHjHiiN .WiLLLi bfiiJJ mat tne label ot a well-known ana responsible nouse is
;ithe best protection the public can have. Our name oh the jewelry box stands for quality.
"IF IT'S FROM WICHMAN'S YOU KNOW IT'S GOOD"
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H. F. WICHMAN & COMPANY, LTD.,