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EVENING BULLETIN,- HONoUfuJ, T. II., SATURDAY, FED. G, 1910.
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CKIITA1NLY the most unique,
novel nnd clcvor nlfalr evor
Blvcn In Honolulu as n prlv
to entertainment was held
Inst Tuesday evening at the
Art Lcaguo roams by Dr.
nnd Mrs. Hoffmann to celebrate tho
10th anniversary of their wedding
day, where they had Invited two
hundred and more guests to listen
to a vaudcvlllo program.
, Tho downstair was cleverly div
ided Into two reception rooms, for
ladles and gcntlomen, each hung
.wth curtains and vines- all over
twined; lounging benches with In
dian draperies placed here nnd there,
pretty rugs nbout nnd tables with
pink nnd white carnations. , Tho
. stairway was banked on cither sldo
with date palms reaching to the cell.
J, Tho nudlonco room up-stnlrs wht-ro
.the guests were comfortably sealed
wan a perfect dream of light and
feathery decoration In bamboo and
.asters, and chandeliers In vines en
twined. Hack of tho stage were
stacked fern palms and bamboo with
frills of feathery pepper branches re
lieved with colored nstcrs. The piano
was literally a hugo bouquet, covered
'with ferns, upon which stood tnll
vases with American lleauty1 roses,
'Iji France roses with tulle and rib
bons, violets In profusion, white car
nations and nstcrs galoro most effec--lively
arranged. From tho Wnlklkl
sldo of the Hall, where tho piano
'jlt'ood was hung the stage curtain
tfh'd on ihe tiwa side were 'suspended
iho American., German and Hawaiian
'flags' nnd these latter were vicd foV,
Tthose taking part in the program as
.'passage way to the stogo'.' JThfa ma
kal 'room' up-stalrs was-used Ins a
'.flitfet exclusively and was tastefully
decorated with largo bowls'of carna
tions on tho tables.
Tho hostess djd not rccelvo 'her
gues'ts as sho was. In theatrical par
'ljince, "making up" for her'work lat
rt.r on in the program. Several of
" Dr? and Mrs. Hoffmann's rrleitd, Mr.
W'lchman, Mrs. Du Hoi, Mr. and Mrs:
S. It: Gait, Mr. and Mrs. vo'n Holt,
'Mr. and Mrs. tango and Mr. Julius
jj'cyer greeted tho guests down stairs,
and directed them to tho audience
room up-stnlrs whero Dr. Hoffmtmn
And Mrs. Hnnebcrg and illss Irmgard
Schacfcr received them.
Tho guests were then taken chargo
of by tho ushers, Mr. Macauley, Mr.
Merle Jolufcon and noscoe Pcrklnd
given scats and very characteristic
programs. On tho first pago tho guests
'wore requested to "taugh nnd tho
'.World Laughs With You, Weep nnd
JTou Weep Alono." In the inBtde was
'printed the program proper and tho
outsldo cover had one Inscription
i'Judgo Not That Yo Do Not Judged
'.Soeno from 2nd Act of Mlkrto ..,,
l Koko, Mr. James L. Cockburu
vKatlshn, Mrs. Hoffmann
French llallct '
. Mrs. Hurvey-Elder
' Miss Tholma Murphy
Bong from "Tho House That Jack
Mother Goose: Mrs. C. II. Coopbr
Recitation, "Tho Gingham u()g
. nnd the rnlico Cat..EuKeno Field
,Thi laundry has built up a well-deserved reputation for the care
fulness in handling the daintiest textual fabrics, either for washing,
dyeing or dry cleaning. All the work is the very best.
Scono from "Wang" Morse
Captain Frlcnssos Clarenco Wntorman
Widow: Mrs. Hoffmann.
Song (n).' "You nnd I".LUa Lehmann
(b) "Dear Love, When in
Thlno Arms I Llo"..ChadwIck
'Mrs. Walter Macfarlano
Stage: A. K. Murphy
At tho Piano
'Mrs. I). Howard Hitchcock
' Miss AdaUlhodcs
Mrs. Alice Drown
During tho arrival of tho guests
tho quintet played nnd between each
nbovo iiumbcron the program too, so
there "were no dull moments.
Of courso Mrs. Hoffmann's wot',
wcro excruciatingly funny. The two
characters of Kntlsha and tho Widow
ycro widely different nnd she acted
ench'ono with much finesse nnd com
edy. Her friends of old I.e. 10 years
ago, were rejoiced to sec her again
In these two (characters. Tho hoop
skirts made a great hit. Mr. Cock
burn surprised! many with his very
clever Koko nnd Bang tho music
splpndldly. Ho also delivered tho
lines with much understanding.
Mr. Waterman of course was . n
handsome captain nnd wns a revel
ation to most! people there. It must
b''sald that, he stepped In at tho
eleventh hour nnd acted llko an old
stager, I1U, voice was flno In tho
semjburlesn,ue solo and In the duet
with tho widow. His lncs were
spoken 'slowly und distinctly and
with a good tdea'of serio comic work.
Tho danco nnd duet were, lustily, en
cored, 'and Mrs. Hoffmann and Mr.
Waterman kindly repeated It. Tho
guests 'shouted with merriment and
The 'French bnllet number was
gracefully 'dono by The! ma Murphy
and .Mrs.,' Harvey-Elder nnd an en
core domanded. It was a most pleas
Mrs. 0. II. Cooper sang the "Moth
er Gooso"' Bong, kowncd In a strikingly
beautiful! and most becoming cos
tume or black and yellow satin. In
a charming way, and then gave ns
an encoro, a llmerlck.touchlng on the
tnstes' and personalities of the host
and hofetcss which brought forth
scream, of laughter from tho guests.
Mrs. CiKiper Is nloo a very clover act
ress alia wuii Immensely enjoyed.
Mlt'lo ltuth Fnrrlngton recited, ns
she Is; ever wont to do In a vory pret
ty fashion. Sho had to respond too to
nn encore which she did In clear
volco and understanding.
Certainly Mrs. Walter Mactar-
lsnje's songs wore a raro treat. This
song-bird whp In. former years used
loft, to grace tho concert stage more
frequently than now; looked a lovely
picture n embroidered chiffon over
silk and her voice was a' Joy to hoar
rich In timbre, strikingly sympa- Mrs. Gartenberg, Mr. and. Mrs. Wa
thetlc and full of melody. She was laco R. Farrtngton, Mr. anil Mrs. Wat
vociferously .encored and kindly res- tor t Coombs, Misses Angus, Miss'
ponded with the over popular "Ros- Wlnne, Mr, Harvey-Elder, Mr. and
nry." Tho accomnanlsts renderod va- Mrs. Emll Borndt. Mr. and Mrs. U Ten-
luablo assistance and wore most do-
Tlio Inst number, snadows, snowcu
what could all happen In a doctor's
offlco In ten minutes from pulling a
tooth to extricating swallowed arti
cles. Dr. Hoffmann In n very Jolly fash
ion called upon and Introduced some
of tho reserve corps who very kindly
stood ready to assist and Slgnor Dog
gertlnl alias Dougherty sang a very
timely song which made a hit nnd
Mrs. Elder who danced bo cleverly
with Miss Murphy recited a dcorgo
Washington story. Mr. A. E. Mur
phy kindly attended to tho stage for
Mrs. Hoffmann and 'Sam Walker help
cd Mr. Murphy with the curtains,
After tho program, those who receiv
ed In tho early evening with Dr.
Hoffmann: Judgo. and Mrs. Ballon,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kopke, Mrs. Alonzo
Gartley, Dr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr,
Murphy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Ilodlck,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Macfarlano met
Mrs. Hoffmann and nu Informal re
ception took place.
Tho hostess looked very well in a
whlto nnd ualo green silk, trimmed
with white, green 'and pink chiffon,
and carried a spray of whlto orchids
nnd a bunch of whlto violets, and
In her hnlr, Bho' woro a "tiara"
of urango blossom. Sho was showered
with congratulation for the day and
for her cloverly nrranged nnd splen
didly executed program. During
this time a delicious salad with salt
ed bread 'sticks, ryo bread sandwich
es, beer and fruit punch was served
and mightily enjoyed. Tho whole af
fair' In fact was unlquo In character,
most enjoyable and refreshing. Tho
following accepted Mr. and Mrs.
Hoffmann's Invitation, and were pres
ent; Governor and Mrs. Frear, Sec
retary and Mrs: Mott-Smlth, Admi
ral and Mrs. Rees, German Consul
Pfotenhauer, English- Consul .and
Mrs. Forster, Italian Consul and' Mrs;
Schoofer, Portuguese 'Consul Cana
varr'o, Chinese Consul, Judgo and
Mrs. Dole, Judge and Mrs. Datlou,
Mrs. John McGrey, 'Mr, and Mrs. 8.
M. Damon. Mrs: A'T. Atkinson, Mrs'
W. It. and Miss Castle, Mr. arid Mrs,:
F. w. nacformne, miss' Macranane,
Mr. and Mrs. 'E. F. Dlthop", Mr. .'and
Mrs. J. It. Gait, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lang;, Dr. and Mrs. C, D. Cooper,
Col. and Mrs. Soner. Misses SoDcri
U lit.. WhU4 nn an.l Mt4'
Jones and Miss Honnlgen, ,Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Mils Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Tennef, Mr. and Mrs;
II. M. von Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas:
Wilder, Dr. and Mrs. Judd, Mrs. An'
drew Fuller, Oeorge Fuller, Mr.
WIchmnn, Mr, arid Mrs. a. E. Mur
phy, Mrs. du Rol, MrB. Mary Gunni
Mrs. Alice Drown, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Lowrey, Mr. and Mrs. Dratnard
Smith, Mrs. Alonzo Gartley, Mrs.
Johnny Walker, Major and' Mrs,
Wadhams, Mr. and Mrs. Klamp, Mr.
and Mrs. Klebahn, Dr. and Mrs,
Wood, Major Pol I In, Paymaster and
Mrs. Hornbcrger, Dr. MacDonald,
Mr. and Mr. Artnln llaneberg, Mr.
and Mrs. James Cockburn, Mr, ana
Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock, Mr. and
ney peck, Mr. and miss rarxo, Mrs.
Iwnlbrldge, MIbs Annie Parke, Dr.
iioagins, ur. uriucnetauu, lusyiunnvTv: am. narry vou iiou, aim.
ter.nnd Mrs. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Eben Low, Mrs. Andrew Fuller,
L. Howard. Mr.-and Mrs. R. Btackable,
Mk and Mrs. Waller Mncfarlane, Mr
and Mrs, dec-.' Rodlek, A. W. T. Dot
toinley, Mr.' arid Mrs. John Warren,
tr. nnd Mrs. 07 W. K. KI"B, Mr, and
Mrs. Claude .Watson, Mr, nnd Mrs. J.
Ji Der)er,,Mr.'rind Mrs. M. Jamloson,
Mr. nnd.MrtJ; Charles Weight, Dr.'
ana Airs, linrry Murray, inr. nu
Mr. Kopks, Miss Kopke, Miss IIcM-.j
lings. Miss Paty, Miss scnaeier.;
Misses Jordan, Miss DulsenbVrgV
Misses Mclntyte, Frank Mclntyrc,
Mr. and Mfs. ,E, W. Jordan, Dr. nnd
Mrs. High, Mr. nnd MrB. Arthur
Wall", Mr Keycr from Yokohama,
Mr, and Mrs. alles Drown from Min
neapolis; Mr. -and Mrs. John McCandi
jess; Mr. sltd Mrs. C. 0. Bnllontyne,
Mr. Jullds Beyer, Mrs. E. C. Wnter
hause, Mrs., Alex. Hawes Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Royal Mead, Capt. and Mrs.
larger, fAK iind Mrs. James Dough
erty, Mri and Mrs. Wm, Wclnrlch
Jr., Mr. arid Mrs. A. A. Hobson, Mr
nnd Mrs. Merman Focke, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. C.-Hngens, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Rlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Her
bert, Mrs. English, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. llooth,
Mr. and Mr. Louis Abrams, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Boper, Miss Walker, Miss
Agnes Walkor. Miss Rhodes, Miss
Graco Robertspn, Miss Carroll, Mr. and
Mrr. A. FOcke, Mr. and Mrs. Johan
nes Icker,' Mr. ond Mrs. Paul Bar
lets, Clarence Macfarlano, Mr, and
Mrs. Richard' Gusscfeld, Mr. and
M". Frnnx Rleks, Messrs. Merch
ant, Simpson, Macaulay, Johnson,
Perkins, Mackenzie and Sam Walker,
Miss Ruth Farrlngton, Miss Tholma
The decorations were done by M'es
Uiunes C. W, Booth, A. Folko, Rlggs
Lecker.-Murphy, du Rol, Hawllngs,
Mr. and X& Archibald Yonnir and
Jtr. and r. von Hamm'i Dinner.
Mr. and 'Mrs. von Hamm and Mr.
arid Mrs. .Archibald Young entertain
ed at an elaborate dinner, Friday
evening, In' honor of Mrs. McNab,
Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Sullivan and Miss
McNab, whb are the guests of' Mr.
ana Mrs., Aloxander Young, at Wal
klkl. The, decorations wore pink car
nations and maiden hair fern, with
Ihe, combination of the silver can
delabra wllh their Huffy pink silk
shades, the effect' was beautiful. Af
ter dinner the' party adjourned to
the Officer's ball, 'that was held at
the Young. "'Among those present
were; Mr.1; and Mrs. Archibald
Young, "Mr.. and Mrs. von Hamm, Mr
And .Mrs. Arthur Berg. Mrs. Sulllr
Van, Mr': Dredge, -Mrs. ,McNab, Miss
McNab, MlM'.-n. Ruth Young, Mrs.
Howard; ttft Alexander Young, Dr.
Herbert, Mr. Walter Dillingham, Mr.
HarryCobb- and MrJAvlll Roth.
' Lt, Phlf. Sheridan came in Friday,
from Scboflefd 'Barracks, .and regis
tered at the Alexander Young hotel.
Mr." Wallace Farrlngton'i Ballet
' Mr. W. 11. farrlngton was the host
ess at a charming buffet lunehoon.
pink and grcep. , A delicious repast
wa served at .one o'clock. After
luncheon, Mr. iWaltcr Hoffmann and
Mrs. Charles B,rynt Cooper, render
ed several vocal selections, arid Mrs.
Fred Smith played brilliantly on the
piano. Among thoso who enjoyed
Mrs. Farrlngtpn's hospitality wore:
Mrs. Henry Waterhouse, Mrs. C. B.
Cooper, Mr, Walter Jones, Mrs.. Hen
nlgan, Mrr). Walter Hoffmann, Mrs.
Fred Smith, Mrs. Thomas Church,
Mrs. W. W, Dlmond, Mrs. Philip
Frear, Mrs. Emll Berndt and others.
Mn. Francis K. Swanry'i Bridge
Mrs. Francis Swanzy was tho host
tesii at a delightful bridge luncheon
at her beautiful home In Manoa Val
ley, The color scheme of yellow, was
6arrled out lu 'several shade, ranging
from buff to it deep shade of maize,
Presenting an' attractive decoration.
The place fcards were dainty bits of
i veneuan scenery. Among moso wno
enjoyed Mrs) Swanty's hospitality
Mrs, nolle Jones, Mrs. J. T. Walker,
F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Mrs. Alexander Gilchrist Hawes Jr.,
Mrs. Alonzo Gartley and Mrs, HobdyV
Mr. and Mn. OeorjreiPeavj' Dintten
me piivnie uiuingroom. at me
Moana hotel, was the setting for a
beautifully arranged dinner, Tues
day night. Covers were' laid Mr
eighteen', rand,- the decorations wjrp
Vry nrtl3tlc.'conBltln'g'jf ' baskets 'ot
htk roses ana vioiets. Tnete two
of the Ion"; OvAl table,.raround the
cd Infinitesimal electric bulbs, cover
ed with dainty pink shades, 'repre
senting rose buds. The placo cards
were water colors, and' nad been pur
chased on tho host and hostess's trip
around the world.
Mr. James' Wilder orii ot our fore
most artists of' Honolulu, leaves to
day on the Moana, for a two months'
trip to Samoa, oh Mn Wllder's re
turn to Honolulu, he and his charm
ing wife wiu leave shortly- for Eu
rope, where they wilt journey to see
the Passion Play at Obcrnmmngan.
Major and Mn. Dunning Dinner.
In honor ot Admiral Bebree and
Admiral Barry, Major and Mrs. Sam
uel Dunning entertained last even
ing at their charming home at Fort
Shatter, Tho table bedecked with
hot houso flowers, presented a 'beau
tiful appearance, the decorations
were extremely novel, a numbor of
townfolk were asked to. meet these
distinguished guests; after dinner
the cntlro party motored to tho
Young hotel and attended ihe ball
which was given by'tho Pacific iand
University Clubs, In honor of the.
Offlcors of the Fleet.
Miss Fiiher luncheon.
Miss Irene Flshor will figure as
one of the luncheon hostesses In tho
social realm, today. The function
Is being given In honor of Miss Alice
Hodemnn, who will bo orie ot this
month's brides. The color Bchemo
for the chtertalnment will be In
pink and green, and the luncheon
will be given at tho pretty homo of
Miss Flshor, on tho comer of Koe
qumoku and Klnau Strcots, Tho fol
lowing bovy of young girls will bo
present: Miss Fisher, Miss Alice He
demon, Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss
Vera Damon, Miss Margaret CaBtle,
Miss Nora Sturgeon and Miss Julia
Mn. Walter Frear Tea.
Mr. Fronr, wlfe.of Govdrndi'Trearj
entertained informally Wednesday
afternoon In'.lionor oft tho visiting.
rtavy inuies; wno are in itanoiuiu.
Mrs., Harold Dillingham and Mrs.
Philip Frear,- both sisters-in-law o(
the, hostess, poured -tea. and. coffee.
Refreshments were-Borred on .the
spacious lanals of (ho gubernatorial
mansion. The decorations of scarlet
cxorlas were extremely effective; the
frocks worn by the 'bevy of young
matrons were' very smart, moat of
them being of light and summery
material, .crowned with picture -hats.
About forty women were present.
A wedding of great Importance
that will occur this month, Is the
marriage ot Miss Alice Hcderaann
and Mr. Harold Castle. Both these
young people are very popular, and
bolong to two of the oldest, and most
prominent families In the Island. Tho
wedding will be a home affafr, and
take place at the Hodemann residence,
at Walkikl. The color scheme will
be white and green. Miss Irene
Fisher will be the maid of honor,
Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss Vera Da
mon, Miss Margaret CaBtle and Miss
Julia Whlto wjll sor.ve. ,as;"brlo!os
malds. Mr, Walter Dillingham wl.i
act as best man. Only tho relations
and intimate friends have been In
vited to ihe wedding.
' Captain and Mrs. Walcutt of Sch'o
fleld Barracks, entertained at dinner
Thursday ovonlng. Covers were laid
for eight, and tho table decorations
were in white chrysanthemum and
slmllax. Among those present wore:
Captain and Mrs. Walcutt, Lt. and
Mrs. Barton, Lt. and Mrs. Gregory,
Mrs, Dcuger and Lt. Wln'nla.
e Fabrics to the
tc tr --rirT a ',, . . . -.. ., t- -r rf , i
Mn. Gartenberg' Bridge Luncheon.
iBurBuay jnrs. uarienDerg a Dnage
luncheon, was greatly enjoyed by.
her coterie of friend that, were 'pres
ent. The tables Were arranged! on'
the lanal by the sen, and were, pro-,
iusely decorated in carnations' and'
maiden hair. Charming placo cards
a!lottedhe(p1acos tor; the guests.-
tvuu wait) Bviiicu av fljnAii lauii'B.'ijie
affair,' wss glven.ln'honor. ofJ Miss'
doffe'e, the" house guct "of Mis'., Onr
tenber. Tim cuest of 'honor looked
sweel'and "Rlrllsh ln"'a flowered' cuf-.
fpn frock over pink. Mr. Garten
berg wore a very ptelty light blue
lingerie. After luncheon the guests
enjoyed .several rubbers of bridge,
Among those present were! Mrs.,
Walter, Frear, Mrs. Mnnnle Philips,
Mrs. Z. K. Myers, Mrs. R. R. Reld
ford, Mrs. James Kennedy, Mrs. Mor
ris Orossmnn, Mrs. Bockus, Mrs.
Lansing, Mrs. Church, Mr. Fred
Potter, Mrs. Hosmer, Miss McSlock
er, Mr. Fred Bush, Mrs. L. Tehncy
Peck, Mrs. Lock, Miss Lydla Mc
Stocker, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Mnrston
Campbell, Mrs. McSfockcr, Mrs. Tom
Wall and others.
Mrs. Mannie Phillip Xuncheon.
Wednesday, Mrs. Phillips .made a
charming luncheon hostess at hor ar
tistic homo on Kewalo street. The
color schema for tho luncheon was
yellow. Places vwero arranged for
twelve at a polished circular tablo,
ornamented with real lace dollies.
The center of the tablo was decorated
In yellow marigolds and maiden hnlr
fern. The place cards were unique
nnd tailed forth much admiration
from tho guests. 'After luncheon,
a number ot the guests rendered sov
oral vocal and Instrumental pieces
that were much enjoyed. Those
present were: Mrs. Mannie Phillips,
her sister Mrs. Melrcr, Mrs. Walter
Jones, Miss Hennlgan, Mrs. Freder
ick Klamp, Mrs. Fred Klebahn, Mrs.
CharleB Wlldor, Mrs, L. Tennoy
Feck, Mrs. Ernest, Mott-Smlth, Mrs.
A. Humphrey, Mrs. Emll Waterman
and Mrs. Edwnrd Watson.
Mn. Charles Wilder1 Tea.
Mrs. Charles Wilder, entertained
Informally at ten, Thursday aftor-.
noon, In honor ot Mrs. Evans,-wife ot
Lt, Commander Evans ot the Navy.
The guests were Invited, for four
o'clock; i the house was .exquisitely
decorated In cut flowers and palms,
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tnnni It Dr. 1. C tv&Ct., Imll, Utu., U."U.
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nnd Mrs. Wilder mado an Ideal
luncheon at the Consulate.
Mrs.' Ralph Forster, 'wife of tho
English Consul, entertained at lun
cheon, Thursday, In honor of Mrs.
Gln8Bford, wife 'of Lt. aiassfdrd, aid
to Admiral Barry. Tho tablo was
arranged for twelve and decorated
In roses. After dinner tho guests
nnd their hostess, devoted tho after
noon, to bridge
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