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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. JAN. 22. 1910
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. SOCIAL CHATTER ise HOME TALK w
UK niOHl Important event of lliu center was seated tliu bridal party, Latlnop,' Mrs. Walter' Hoffmann,
week socially was the wedding nnd tlio young couplo's Intlmato 'rs- Frank Atliciton and Mrs. Alex-
(if Mlas lwalanl Jaeger to Mr.
friends. This table was decorated In
andcr LludJuy contributed several
Thomas Robinson, which took ' , vocnl selections, singing duets, solos
place on Thursday evening. wm,e "" rKvm '" ,uo Kvmvr r""" and trios. Mrs. Charles llr)ant
January tho 20th. The Episcopal mar- Ksed a cut glass bowl filled with Cooper played delightfully on the
rlago service was performed by tho brldo's rosea, Over tho tabic weio violin. Mrs. Sidney Ilallou and Mm.
Rev, llllss piomptly lit 8 oclock. Only fcCaltered roses and maidenhair, thu Will Whitney, bi'h being nicoin-
tbo relatives were present. Four little ,,.. , ,. .. ,, .,...,.. ,,, pllshcd iilmilsts, played Instrumuntat
. il 1 - IIUVIJ 1 tJlVl-ll "III I1U Dttun x.twtlt .
tots dressed In fluffy French dresses. , n()gt erfccllvo- Tho fo,owhl? l'es. M.-t ilallou played Chopin's
were tho ribbon bearers, drawing theso ,,.,,,,, ,., ,,,,, Mr music. Thr first number was Im
'ribbons for an alslo for tho bridal par- ,, M,a Ti iini,innn MLa proinptu. and the second n nocturu
ty to pass through. Tho bride's beau-
Blanche Sopor, Mr. Ilarnes, Mrs. An-
which was heartily applauded. At
ay was enhanced by her magnificent n,0 JaC(;cri M; Mnrk Hobn80ni'MrB. half-past after one, luncheon was
wedding gown of "white chomolso do Dwght styne Mr. Henry Jaeger, Miss "crved at small tables, which were
sol satin, princess, embroidered In Kulumnnu Ward, Mr. Wnlftr Rycroft,.,lt'eora,C1' wU I'li'k bogonlas and
wniio corns in a rausi ujquisiic con- M,ga Cntton Mr Mnrk noblnson, jr. i'aiuenuair. wis. i-renr wore u
'ventlonal pattern. Orange, blossoms Tho urllQ.g cako contnlnlng a ring, ,rettp lingerie gown; Mrs. Harry
coronettcd tho flowing tullo veil, and thlmblo and penny, was cut by tho .Turner of Los Angeles wore n pink
'slio carried n handsome spray bouquet brldo and pasted to the numerous, crepo cle chine, with a large black
tor white orchids. Intermingled with guests who wcro seated at small Neapolitan hut with pink roses; Mrs.
'Hire maidenhair. Miss Blanche Sopor, tables. Miss Mao Damon received tho Lindsay's dress was n white embrold-
lellco of enko containing tho ring, Mr. ercl niulle over pink, n Inrge white
Mark Robinson received the penny, plumed hnt, with pink fnclng, being
which signifies that ho will always, bo worn with this costume; Mrs. II. K.
Buppllod with the good things of this Dillingham wns robed In black lace;
life. After tho delicious surlier, which w- Sidney Ilallou wore a French
consisted of coid turkey, chicken salad sown of "cht ulue messullno; Miss
attended the brldo as mald-of-honor
.and was beautifully-gowned In pink
-'chiffon over messallno of tho samo
shade, embroidered In pink (bars, and
opals bugles. A shower bouquet of
pink roses gnvti an added touch of
beauty to tho costume. Mr. Ilarnes cou-co , Ce8 cako. The guests ad- Wurtz of Chicago wore it canary-
, filled the oulco of best man, and tho
pretty brldo wns glvon Into tho keep
ing of tho groom by her brother, Mr.
joun.ed to tho ballroom where 'dnnc- yellow embroidered crepu fnshloued
Ing wub indulged. This room was lifter the Louis XV. period; Miss Mae
decorated In Marchlnlol and cloth of Damon wore nn extremely chic two-
Mlu'Wattle Holt who has been select
by nil (hat wcro present. Tho round
table wns decorated in Mamoti
, Cochet roses, with place cards to
correspond. Among MrH. Call's
guests wcro Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy,
Mrs. Sidney Ilallou, Mrs. Hurry Tur
ner nnd Mrs. Parker of Los Angtilcs,
and Mrs. Sam Wilder.
Cattain and Mrs. Low's Sinner.
I l-nst Monday, Captain and Mrs.
Low entertained at their home, 1010
Pllkol stieet, in honor of n dozou of
Mrs. Robert J. Ilurdctto of P.isa
ilena, who, with her celebrated hus
band is visiting Honolulu for the
first time, is n woman of ninny in
terests nnd great executive ability,
itnd she Beems possessed of nn Indoin
liable strength of mentality which
Is always being exerted for the up
lift of men and women wherever she
goes. Her philanthropies nro many,
und her Interests broad. She Is par
ticularly Interested In hospltul work
nnd built nnd gave to the Pasadena
ed as the Oahu Princess for the ''""l1""'. 'Is maternity wing, while
ment In Los Angeles, and In her book wiled themselves with various In
"The llulnbnw nnd tho Tot of Hold," formal luncheons and bridge parties,
she gives a detailed story of thu Mrs. Stnrges. wlfu of Captain
building nnd equipment of this now tinges of tho Fifth Cavalry, enler
r.iinoiiK down town church with Us tallied Informally nt bridge, Thuni
congregation of five lliousnnd. On I day, Januiiry 20. at l.ellehua. Amotie;
Sundays the great auditorium wlt'i ( Mrs. Sturges" gucntH wero Mrs. (1. It.
Its exquisite colorings and tints nil ' Hunter, Mrs. I'. W. Foster, Mrs. W,
itislrned nnd chosen' by her. is used ! II. Scales and Mrs. II. (). Wlllard.
I for church ser Ices. Dining thu vveo't i Mrs. (i. it. Hunter's guests Wwl-
s,mphoiiy cunceits, good drama, and' nrsdaj were Mrs. II. Scale Mrs.
vailous cnteTtnlnmcnts are held i Sturges. .Mrs. Ilarton, Mrs. C W
there, and the great plpo organ which I Stewart nnd Mtes llatermnnn. Mrs.
sends Its mellow tones to the top-I J. II. Lewi's entertained on the sanm
most gallery In the dome Is us nc-', day, nt luncheon. Mis. 1) I). Creg-
riitfim.r1 t.i itmi4itl.. Iliiiiuoj u In I tirv Mm. f P MiirHi. mill Mrs. Hell
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lliu llioav huieiuu III Iiyilllis. ;-i.vi. a 'j
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alone which knew this woman for Mis. Jamrs Hopper nnd Miss nop- ,
she Is nn nllroiiml wiiinnii. nnd Is at. iter eiilertnllied Friday at a larco'
her best .In her own home which she reception given nt their home on Ki-
knows so well how to make attrac- caumoku street, in honor of Mrs, .-
live to her .own fnmlly and to her Thompson and Mrs. Plainer. Thu
hosts of friends who are so cordial- hours were from I to ti, and th
y entertained there. She Is not only Hopper munition wns beiiutlfull) dee
known as the "pastoress" of Temple orated for the occasion. About
Ilnpllst Church and tho "Mother of three hundred Invitations wore ls
thc Pasadenn Hospital," but as well J sued. Although tho. weather wan
as tlio sweslliearl mother of two innrmy, wio anemiance was large.
ebe has recently been instrumental
Henry Jaeger. Promptly at 8:30 tho iEol(, roseB Smllax wns festooned from llco suit of pottery-blue broad
guests Invited, to tho wedding recep
tion begun to arrive. The broad drive
way, leading to this beautiful homo
iiwas filled with automobiles and car
riages during tho entire evening. It
twaB an ideal homo wedding and re
'ceptlon All the details for tho affair
diad been carefully arranged and sup
ervised, nnd there was not u hitch to
mar tho enjoyment of tho guests. Tho
spacious drawing room was abloom
with Lcttiecolcs pink roses, M union
cochet roses and delicate pink be
gonias, against n background of cool
summery green, ami tropical coco
tho chandeliers to the four corners of cloth, with n turban of the same
tho room, while tho sldo walls wero shade of bluo; Miss Helen Hough of
decorated with tho flowering Jessa- Stockton wore a pink lingerie
mine and climbing asparagus vino, pro- trimmed In Cluny lace. Her mint,
duclng an exquisite effect. The Ha- Miss Hough, wore u stylish dress of
wnlltn orchestra was entirely hidden blue, embellished with quantities of
by palms and tropical plants. About ienl lace. Among Mis. Freat's
11 o'clock this fair young brldo threw guests were Mrs. Will Whitney, Mrs.
her bouquet of whltu orchids, which Sutton, Mrs. Chnrlesvllryant Cooper,
was cuught by Miss Murjorle Frecth. Mrs. Hannei Scott. Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrr. Robinson left shortly ! Hoffmann, Mrs. II. V. Dillingham,
after that for their honeymoon, which 'Mrg. Vnll, Mrs. Ullss, Mrs. S. M. Dj
will bo spent on tho other side of tho m0I1) Mrs. sldnoy )altoii. Mrs. Harry
Islands. Their going nvvny was B0lTu.er ... i os Auceles. Mrs. Alexnn-
I cltwnrlv nrrnmrPil thnt thov nurxtnn.l I
palms. Ribbon bamboo was banked' belnc showered with He. ..mi rnnr.tfi ioer ,'lm,,nr' 4JrB- Frank Ainerton.
in the corners of the roam. Tho color I co Mer atlo n ls e I en U was1""' Ulc' M'8- "Wnri1 ,,,lcl,coclt'
schenio of tho wedding was pink that ZlfThTe "y.mng cpl'o Z luVfiJXTV:
being tho favorlto color of tho brldo. gone but tha young peoplo gradually . ' '
n :: n r: it n ti n '" rnl!il"B ,h0 neeM fl"1,u for ,l10
new nurses homo which has Just
..Mr. and Mrs. Qeopn: Davits' Dinner. li'Qn completed there.
Tho Ulnglc," tho home of Mr. aho wns one of the organizers of
and Mrs. Ccorgo navies, wns tho the Pasadenu chapter of the Daugh-
went) of n very elaborate dinner on teiB of the American Revolution and
Wednesday evening. Tliei table was wns lis first regent. In her college
elaborated In pink La France roses days she wns the one who organized
and maidenhair fern; tho place; cards a well known national sorority of
were ornamented with hand-palntcd which there Is a chapter In every
roses, tied with pink satin ribbon, university In the country where wn-
After dinner nn evening of music men me received, nnd has been very
was enjoyed by the guests. I'or romlnent in tho women's club move-
uftcr dinner, the host bang In n do- hnont, nnd has addressed women's
llghtful manner. Mrs. Sidney Hal- clubs nnd been honored and enter-
lou and Mrs. L. Tenncy Peck play- tallied by them In nearly every. stntn
ed. Among those who enjoyed Mr. In.. the union. She Is u strong t.v
nnd Mrs. Davles' hospitality wero Hover In clubs for womeu. "They
Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb, Mr. and have made tho rich woman ilcher,
sons who adore her, Roy Wheeler,
her own son, ami Robeit .1. Iltir
detto Jr., Dr. Iliirdette's son, nnd as
the truest kind of helpmeet to her
Mr. Cushlng of Denver, Colmado,
entertained nt dinner Monday even
ing. In honor of Mr. und Mrs, C.eoige
Rodiek, at tho Monna Hotel, where
the' host has been sojourning for the
past month; the derorntlous for this
dinner were beautiful, the , color
scheme being pink und green. Plain
cuds of Hawaiian scenes, artistical
ly done In water colors, marked the
place of each guest. After pirlaklng
of a delicious repast, the guests ad
journed to tho di awing room und
participated In tho Informal hop
All tho decorations wcro pink In the
drawing room with the exception of
tho alcovo, where the icremouy took
placo, and later the bridal parly stood
jo tecelvo tho numerous guests, who
came to pay their respects and show
er good wishes on tho happy young
couple. Over this alcovo was ar
ranged a canopy of umllax. In tho
center of tho canopy was a beautiful
hanging basket of Australian maiden
hair, tho long fronds falling fn grace
ful sprays. This basket v. its caught
' with bow knots of white tullo. Tho
, Interior of the alcovo was banked with
the towering Kentla Roebellunlu palms
and feathery bamboo, with white roses
and, calla lilies artistically arranged,
thus forming a bower of whlto and
; green. Mrs, Annie Jaegor, tho mother
of tho bride, received with Mr. and
Mrs, Robinson. Mrs. Jaeger, who is
,o handsome woman, looked regal in her
robo of black Hum laca over silver
:C)oth. Mrs. Samuel i Allen, sister of
Mrs, Jaeger, was stationed with tho
bridal party, Mrs. Allen looked hand
some In 'black brocaded chiffon over
wisteria, sutin, (rimmed In arrowsenno
laco. The popular brldo and groom re
ceived cxqulblte wedding presents of
silver, cu glass, lamps nnd chlnawaro.
They wero too numerous nnd costly to
attempt to describe They wero dis
played on koa and (cakwood tables In
'iho library and wero duly admired by
tho guests. Supper was served at
11;30. Small tables were arranged
under a huge, tent -on tho lawn, Tho
sldes of this mammoth affair being en
closed by largo American. Ki.cllsh und
Ui.uallau flag', iho KnjlU'i l.ig b?li
I ted out of roiiibllmelt' ti Mr Robin,
fli whoso irit'tiB Sir tl mi IIiuI ind
Thlb tent was elaborately decorated
forait their dlsaiirnliiti.ie.it nftnr I... Hayes fiom Hllo, Mrs. Clark, Wash-
dulglng' In the terpesclnrean art. fi)i-'"Kton' a c-' Mle8 ll0lI,JI' MlbS
the floor was Ideal for dancing nnd thu "el0 nougn. niuciuon, v.n...
music of tho best. Many beautiful I .Wur,B of Chicago, and others,
gowi s were worn on th!u occnsloi, ono -
of the most striking ones was worn by
Miss Mno Dtrion, who has recently in
turned from the East. This costume,
was of geld filet net, spangled In gold
and trimmed with touched of ie.il bee.
and cloth of gold. MJbb Alio Mnrfar-
lano looked t-urciuely j.rjpy in light
bluo satin, with an nverdross of sliver.
Mrs. Jack Dow sett wore an embroid
ered grey chiffon, with satin b.iiidu
Mra. Charles Wilder won a princuM
duchess satin with a plastera of rose-
point laco. Miss Margaret Walker
was chid In whlto. embroidered In
whlto silk floss. Mrs. A. J Campboll
wort block satin with Jot garnitures.
Miss Hnttlo Lucas wore n pink'
satin mcsBallno, with silver tilm
mlngs; a band of silver was
worn In tho hair. Miss , Mnrjorlo'
Frecth was clad In n maize chiffon.
HerNslst"er, Mrs. William Campbell,
was attractive In pink chimin, trlmmo I
with bands of satin of the bhiiio color.
Miss llcllo, McCorrlston looked girlish
and sweet In white. Mrs. Henry Jae
ger wore an Allco-bluo liberty sitln
princess, wlttf touches of cloth of gold,
Mrs. W. R. Foster wore a black crepo
do chlno trimmed In real laco.
Buffet luncheon at Gubernatorial
Mansion. ' '
Last Monday Mrs, Freur, wlfo of
Governor Frcnr, was hostess ut n i
buffet luncheon at her beautiful '
home, Arcadia, About thirty guests
enjoyed Mis. Ftear'a hospitality.
Pi lor to the luncheon an onjoyable
Mrs. L. Teiinov Peck. Judce and Mrs. und thev hnvo not mado the noor which was given by the management
Ilallou, .Mrs. Harry Turner from Los woman poorer." she says and slio.f "10 Moann. The guest of honor
iVngelcs, Cal., mid Mr. F. M. Swanzy.
Mrs. Jack Gait's luncheon.
The luncheon given by Mrs. Jack
Gait at hor Nuiianu Valley homo,
Wednesday, was thoroughly enjojed
llriiUy believes that they have nn Im
purtant placo tin the wen Id, and n
great work to actompllsh.
Mib.. lliirdctte wns one of tho chief
promoters. In fact tho Instigator, of
tho Temple llaptist Church move-
with palms and potted plants, fn tho musical program wns rendered. Miss
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Tlio dance at tho Young Hotel,
to be given this evening by the bo-
lcty bachelors of llonctlu. Is sum
to be a success. Arthur Mackintosh
is engineering the utTalr, and Hint,
speaks fur Itself, for It Is universally'
known that nnythjng Mr. Mnckln- '
tosh undertakes Is a suecobS. About i
eighty guests have been Invited.
..niH jiimv; VI ll il 1 1, iiririvril inv s.i'1
news Friday of the death of her sis-,
Irr Alma. Mlus Alum Gault spent
last whiter with her sister on Mnul.
Miss Janet Gnult has tho diep sym-'
pathy of tho community over her
iicent bereavement .The )oungl.niy
Is fojotimlng nt tho Pleasaiilou,
Lieutenant and Mrs. ilarton of the
Fifth Cavalry entcitnlncd nt a wild
duck dltliici nt their homo at Schn-
field llarracks on Tuesday, January -
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i ?, IIVII IICDIII IU-IU I.IL-.II Vllllllb'
nnd Mrs. Il.iriinrd, Capt. W. I). For.
Bjtliu mid Lieut. P. II. Sheridan.
Ml, uml Mrs. I!ben l.nvv iiitirt.itn ,V.
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ed List evening, at u phi supper In
honor of Captain mid Mrs. 1-ow' of
the Murine Corp. About eighteen'
guests snt down lo tho llower-be-'
dcckeil table, mid full Justice wiih
J done In tlio dainty Hawaiian viands.
Mrs, Gustav Schaefur cntortnlued
at dinner Wednesday In honor of
her husband's birthday. The table h :
was uttructlvely urrunged and dec-'
orated with loses. Twelve guests
Mis, James Henry Hough, mother'
of Miss Helen Hough, who has been
wore an exqulblte frock of biunked
grey, with silver spangles, Mrs. Hen
ry of Portland, Oic, was clad In
black lace, trimmed with real Inco;
Miss Caroline Benton of' Portland,
Ore,, woro a hand-made lingerie
flock, a corsage, of plulj roses were
worn. Among those present wero:
Mr. mid Mis. (Irorge Rodiek of Ho
nolulu, Mr. Cushlng, Denver, Colo
iiulji, Mr. and Mrs, Henry of I'oil
lanil, Ore., Miss lleiisou uml Mr. Ileii
bou, fiom I'oitl.ind, Oic.
The prcbenco of Col. C. G. Wond
ward, Inspector geneial, has been the
occasion of much entertaining nt
Schofleld llarracks. During his slay
at l.ellvhuu, Col. Woodward was the
guest of Lleut.-Colimol and Mrs. (I.
i Hunter, but left Tluusday for I'oit
Shatter. I.lcutenniit und Mis, C. C
Wluiila gave a cIiuiiiiIiir little din
ner Saturday In his honor. Coveis tojornlug with her mint nt tho Mo-,';,
ami Hotel, will mrlve nil thu Siberia,
January 31, from Stockton, C.il.
Advertise the fact in the Bulletin and you will inform
the entire Island public. You can do it for one cent a
word in the classified column. v
vveru laid for eight, nnd the table
decorations wero In violets. Those
pieseut wore Lieutenant and Mis.
Wlilllla, Col, Woodward, Lleut.-Col-one
mid Mrs. Hunter, Captain and
Mis. Holhiook, Captain und Mis.
Day nod Miss ll.itenian. Lieut. -Colonel
ami Mis. Hunter eiitoilnlucd nt
dinner Monday ut l.ellehua In honor
of their house guests. The table
decorations wem exreniely pretty.
Among those present besides the
host and hostess wcro Col. C. ' tl.
Woodwind, Captnlli and Mrs, W. A.
jllolbrpol;, Lieutenant nnd Mrs, (it eg-
ory mid Mrs, lluciger.
I On Wednesday, January 18, In-
Fpcctor-Gcueral Woodward turned
the entire command nt Schofiold liar-
racks nut Into the Held. Tho day
Iwap occupied with marches, bi
vouacs and sham battles. During
tho absenro of the masculine persua
sion, tho women of tho garrison con-
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