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K ' '8 ' ' '- EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, DEC. 12, 1908.. '
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I I I . SOCIAL NOTES
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Debutantes of Washington
Interesting gossip from Washing-
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Blmply pining tor n
date" -with the President's daughter,
ton is the following. Including a no, " "r ,' ' uT . l' . . "
,, , ,, ,.,..., , u . nation! to picture the frenzy of en
tice of Harriet Hatch's debut: ,',, ii in....,.i h, .. n.,.
Washington, Nov., 2 7. After a flcj dinner,
three weeks' "visit "clown' east'V,AUs9 I Meantime, what should be In lm-
Kthel lloose'volt, debutante,, returued mediate, prospect but the arrival of
to Washington, nnd the whirl of in- Miss Helen Taft, the college girl
vltatlons thai marked her arrival ov- daughter of President-elect nnd Mrs.
ii whelmed even those looking uheud ,Tatt, Miss Helen, who Is. the greatest
Individuals who for some time past .of good chums with Miss Marjorie
have been arranging their plans with Aleshlre, daughter of General and
n view to getting In close touch with Mrs, Ateshlre, Is coming over froin
Uio hostesses most likely to do things Jllryn Mawr to do the proper nnd be
for the' President's daughter. Need- coming thing at Miss Marjorle's com-
less to say, therefore, the stress and Ing-out tea. Altogether, It Is a
strain on. the capacity of.tho White mlghty.dlfflcult task. to get away from
House social secretary has been some- the debutantes and still stay In tha
thing past believing. So many thing!) social running, for no matter how of.
have to be taken into consideration, flclal or middle-aged or persistently
mi much pressure Is brought to bear determined one, may be to have none
nnd so mnity strings are Jerking met- of Miss Sweet arid Twenty she pro-
rlly that tha doughty damsel whoso .ceeds calmly nnd effectively to pre
chief function Is to keep disagreeable empt for herself the center of the. so
things out of the path of the Whlto cla'l stage and1 even the serried rankR
House family Iiih had her full sburo of the bridge tables go "squash" at
ot woe"- "v I her advance. All of which leads up
Miss IloOsevclt, whose wishes now-' to, the fact that llttlo California-horn
ndays arc commands, let It be under- Miss Carolyn Murray, youngest
stood very early In the season that daughter of General and Mrs. Andrew
she preferred her prospective enter- Murray, duly came out yesterday sur-
talners would arrange their fetes In. rounded by most all of the season's
her honor beforo the formal opening "comers."
of the official season. Meantime the Furthermore, Judge and Mrs,
"Ides ot November." with their ca- Hatch have named December 12 us
paclty for changing the face of so-, the day for the formal presentation
clety, kept everybody on the qui vlve, of their daughter, Harriet. As Mrs.
nnd no sooner were the results ot the Hatch herBelf young and good-ldok
elections .definitely scheduled thnu. Ing. the family one ot wealth and ills
the Whlto Housfl debutante betook Unction, and the debutante attract'
herself to New York for a round of ive, It Is more "than probable that tho
debutante dances and country-house handsome old-fashioned house the
visits, leaving ambitious ladies and Hatches have -taken for tho season
hospitable .Intentions toward the, will be one ot the gayest In the deb
Whlfe House bud chafing In smllln3,u'tnnte,clrcle.
silence nhtfl'her return. f ,
Hack, sho came this week, gay and Washington flottin
debonair, and, on Saturday night Sec
retary of the Interior and Mrs. James
Rudolph Garfield, who have been
long-time friends of the Hoosevejt'
tamily and who have practically
j gav'eMIilf Roosevelt her.,Hrst ..formal
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- Of -counic.lt was a veryjunart of:
fair, with the host a Cabinet officer
Interesting Washington news Is the
After ten years' wintertime resi
dence at Washington, 'affable, Jolly,
clever arid Entertaining Mrs. Metcalf
watched, the. debqtante grow from lis to return to'Oakland, which she
llUraerv. lllMtwflt Intn drill ffrm-mi "than ' .laim.ilni.llu V-nllo.l 'Ihnn.'i
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throtlirhout.' her 'husband's career In
politics. Not'jn; a' long time has
Such a keen qo(e of sincerity marked
the .customary '.expressions of regret
and a. dan. of a .former President io)f''at..thc'JYl.thdfWftl of nn, official fam
the United States" and a guest 114.(1,1. llothSecrftiiry and Mrs. Metcalf
leading off. wltli tho PrealdcntV Had an Infinite capacity tor making
daughterjf and" winding up wlth 'ix friends, S'ndi nioro'to" hi" point, they
Bfoup 'of'.jo'ung diplomats and Army.j were 'able to, hold them. Mrs. Met
and Navy'glrU and hien. " i calf ', .home ) wa- rather 'simple, ns
-pecemberl1 means the arrival of Washington 'homes go; her entertain-
the legislative contingent. January tl
unngs tne nrst -white HouBe rcccl)-
tlon, and-with "eveify household In the
capital that' has any claim to social
Ready for Display Today
Make selection now we will deliver at Christmas time
J HOPP &CO,
Lewers & Cooke Building,
ments whlje always, smartly conduct
cd, were never' marked by lavish ex
pcndltures; her' gqwns, while alwayi
suitable to Ihe occasion and the wear
er. wore not extravagant; neverthe
less, by sheer force of personality,
Mrs. Metcalf' became, one of the dom
inant factors In ''the social and offi
cial life ot the'capital.
Just at present a series of farewell-
entertainments are on, the tapi3,
thii Secretury bud Mrs. Metcalf hav
ing practically every minute of their
jlliue taken, up. First In tho list it
farewew lunctions, was me uinper
which President and Mrs. Iloosevelt
gave for them, and closely following
came the smartly arranged dinner
given by tho, acting Secretary ot th'e
Navy and Mrs. Newberry, At pres
ent, workmen are busy dismantling
the home, the Metcalts having set
December 1 as the date of their de
parture. The homeward trip will be
made by the southern route, and be
fore.golng to'Oakland they will pass
a fortnight as the guest of their son
at I.ob Angeles. Recently Mrs. Met
calf has been entertaining her friend,
j Miss Chubot, who passed a few days
In the city en route to the Coast aft
er a period of continental travel.
Recent transcontinental travelers
alsoj were I.leut. Stephen Abbott, U.
IS .A., and Mrs. Abbott, who, leaving
their, little daughter In the care ot
Mis. Abbott's father, General John
C lllack, and bis elder daughter.Mrs.
.Vroomon, have, left for I.leut, Ab
bott's new station at Fort Rosecrans,
California, Included among late de
partures for the Coast, too, were Col.
Randolph Dlcklns, V. S. M. C, and
Mrs, Dlcldns, untlj recently Miss Mln
nie Viola Stlnson. Col. and Mm.
Dlcklns after their marriage passed
some time In New York and later en
joyed life ut the Virginia hot springs
preparatory to setting off tor Mare
Island, where the Colonel Is now
, A marriage of wide Interest and
much Incidental beauty recently cel
ebrated was'thut of 'Mrs. Clara Doyle
Hancock, u sister ot Mrs. George T.
Marye, und Andrew McLean More
land of Pittsburg, one ot the famous
"forty oung partners" of the Car
negie Steel Company, Mrs. Hnn-.
cock's tnnrrlagc, which was witness
ed only by the lmmodla(e member
of her family and Col, and Mrs.
Reeves Russell, through whom the
bridegroom met tho bride, took place
In the pink salon of the Marye hornet
Mrs. Marye huHtenlng on from Sun
Francisco to bo present at tho voi
ding. Mrs, Morolund' wedding tot-
Icftofwaa u 'dashingly attractive cos
tume of pearly gray silk meteor,
with heavy embroideries In shaded
gray tones wqrkcd out by threads Of
silver. Topping Mrs. Morchtnd's
mass of silky golden hair was a IntRC
hat of black satin, which had for IU
sole trimming a large aigrette of pat-
adlse plumes. Mrs. Marye herself
looked stunning In nn empire gown of
mauve mescaline with long tucked
sleeves of chiffon, while her two
sisters, the Misses Doyle, wore, re
spectively, becoming costumes of
pale blue meteor silk nnd mode inea-
altne embroidered In pastel shades.
Meantime, Mrs. Doyle appeared a
stately figure In black sntln and
pearls and tiny Helen Marye attract
ed much attention In her dainty
frock ot white.
Following a wedding' breakfast Mr.
nnd Mrs.. Moreland left for-New York
later going over In their touring car
to Hot Springs. 1-Jarly In .the new
year they wUI go abroad, spending
the Interim at Morefand's winter
home, The Gables, at Lakewood, N.Y.
Mrs. Marye, who Is .an Indefati
gable, hostess, entertained during tho
week at bridge for her house guest,
Mrs. llolton Page of Norfolk, Vn.
More than a ripple of excltemont
was caused by tho arrival of the'eards
for the marriage of , Miss Helen Chut
fee, daughter of 'the former chief ot
staff, United States Army, and John
Howard, which will take place Dec,
8 at Los Angeles, closely followed' by
the cards for the marrlngo ot Lieut.
Adna Romania Chaffee Jr. and Miss
h'thel Warren Huff of Georgia, tho
ceremony dated for Dec. 15.
Fort Riley, Tex., wUere Lieut.
Chaffee Is stationed with the Fif
teenth Cavalry, will be the sccno of
the wedding, and Mrs. Howard will
be one of Miss Huff's attendants.
iAIso Interesting generally was th-s
wedding of Miss ' Helen Hatfield,
daughter of Colonel nnd Mrs. Chan.
A. P. Hatfield of Foft Meyer, nnd
Lieut. Ilerkley ot Thome Merchant,
who Is attached Xo Col. Hatfield's
staff. The administration building
at Fort Meyer was arranged for tlio
wedding festivities, for which moi-J
than ..G00 cards were sent out. Inci
dentally, everybody Is talking of the
croup ot Army, girls who wore while
messttllne gowns with dtrecfolre coats
and enormous white satin hats trim
med In yellow plumes. Miss Hal
field's bridal gown was remarkable
for its garniture ot exquisite Mechlin
lace, which was mudo to order arid
presented, to the bride by one of her
Meanwhile, one of the cleverest
little affnlrB urranged In compliment
to the bride was tho luncheon. given
by. one of the. attendants, Miss Helen
Humphrey, dnughter of General and
Mrs.. CharleB F. Humphrey. The af
fair had the Chevy Chnse clubbousd
for Its setting, and In compliment t3
the cavalry, Ljeut. Merchant's
brartch of .the service, tho decorations
were In' yellow. As a favor at each
plate stood a stunning little doll garb
ed In sheath sklrt'brldalrgown with
veil nnd orange blossoms and bridal
An Interesting guest In the city Is
brigadier General Funston, who Is
receiving all sorts of attentions. A
guest expected Ip the city during the
holiday season la Mrs. Whltelaw Reld
wife of tho American Ambassador to
Great Urltaln. Mrs. Reld is comln?
Tho Commissioner of Indian Af
fnliH mid Mrs. Francis 12, Lcupp lmvo
announced tho engagement of their
daughter, Mlsa Kathleen Lcupp, to
Reginald Davis Johnson, son ot tha
Right Itev. Joseph Johnson, Bishop ot
the Protestant Kplscopal Diocese nt
Southern California - No date has
been named for the wedding.
Mr. and, Mrs. Percy Morgan, after
n fortnight's visit to Washington
have started for San Francisco, Rep
resentative and Mrs. Sylvester C.
Smith, have arrived In the city for
the. "season, as lmvo Mr, and Mrs. W.
R. Wheeler, who are established at
Senator Flint's mother, Mrs.NDan
skln, with her granddaughter, Kath
erlne, are in possession' ot the1 Flint
winter residence In this city, while,
tho Senator has gone to Chicago to
meet Mrs. Flint, who Is en route to
the capital, lleforc returning to
Washington, Senator and Mrs. Flint
will enjoy a sightseeing trip In tho
Mrs. Frear's At-Home
Mrs. Walter Frear's colonial resi
dence In Punahou street was the ob
jective point for many on Monday af
ternoon, It being her usual reception
day. "Arcadia" Is always a delight
ful place to visit, the simple cordial
ity ot tho Governorimd'hls wife male
Ing one always at home. Mrs. Freur,
who woro a pretty lingerie frock, wan
assisted In receiving' by Mrs. Hyde
Smith, who wore a beautiful 'French
frock of pale-grey crepe de'chluo coin
blned with lace, which gave a hint
of the latest fashion. Mrs. Francis
Gay, In a creation of cream color and
picture hat with drooping plumes;
Mrs. Will Love, In peacock blue; Mrs.
S, M. Damon and Mrs. Ernest Mott
Smtth presided over the tea-table,
which was lavishly decorated with,
whlto asters and greens, Mrs. Da
mon , wore a toilette of white lace
over satin and Mrs. Matt-Smith was
In a Princess gown of white tissue
with white lace. Others assisting
were Miss Jessie Kaufmann, In light-'
blue mulle trimmed with val'lace;
Mrs, Krdman, In black and yellow
plna; and Miss Hess Woodward, who
sailed In the Alameda, wore snlmon
pluk with heavy cream lace. Mm.
Stcere, In a handsome dress of whlto
linen, and the Misses Alice Cooper
and Alice Spalding, both charmingly
arrayed, one In blue and the other In
white, helped to make-the afternoon
an agreeable one. Sprigs of tiny or
anges with their velvety leaves made
spots of color In the' rooms. TKb
guests were coming and going all the
afternoon and many cosy little chats
were Indulged In. Mr. Ernest Mott
Smlth received at. the door In hjs
cordial manner and Mr. Will Love al
so ably assisted In looking 'after the
comfort ot the guests.
Mrs. William E. Taylor also re
turned In the Mongolia after bIx
weeks' time In California and Colo
rado. She Is domiciled at her -residence
In Hates street and her health
has very much improved by her cit
Mr. JV-R. Daggett has returned to
Honolulu after a pleasant outing In
the mountains ot California. His ar
tistic bungulow at Kalmukl Is being
over to spend the holidays with her fitted up with furniture brought from
lamer, u, u. Mills. California.
made on dlrcctolro lines und trimmed
This it a bis: bright busy store rnever sleeping but always for
Never "before have we made tuch a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ABE SHOWING AT PRESENT,
Every one it far removed from the commonplace. The
detignt are different; the values are different, and our tervice it
different than you will find in 'the ordinary store.
T.o thow you how different and better our values are, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It hat laree pillarsbent top. tubes, brass tpindlet and both
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head it 6ft. 2in., and
it enameled in whiter blue, or green.
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Good folks Take
It's a Good Sign
it't painted by 0
The Faint Shop. 134 King St,
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