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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 15, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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BVRNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, OCT. IB, 1010.
Greatest Sale of Merchandise
Ever Held By. Us or Any Other Store in Honolulu
A large purchase of Lingerie Dresses, Cravcnctto Coats, Cloth Coats, Rubberized Coats, Ladies' Over Skirts,
Children's Dresses, Ladies' Shirt Waists, Dress Goods, Table Damask, Neckwear, etc., was secured by us at half
usual prices and will be passed on to our customers at the same rate. Don't wait. Don't .hesitate. Now is the
time to take advantage of the remarkable values we are offering.
nml Mr mid Mrs. Campbell. The table
wan In jellow; chryminthcmumg In
tilts color miule an effective decora
tlon Covets were arranged for ten;
the place cards were unique and ap
propriate. After dinner the boat and
hostess and their guests participated
In several rubbers of bridge.
i ItS. WALCUTT, wife of Cap
tain Walcutt of tho Fifth
Cavalry, made n delightful
hostess on Tuesday when
she entcrtulned a coterie of
her friends at luncheon
Tills charming matron understands to
perfection tho urt of entertaining, and
ber Invitations are always eagerly ac
cepted by those who are fortunate
enough to be Included The luncheon
Was a "bridge affair"; the color
scheme was in pink and green, and
the appointments of the tablo were
bountiful. Amnncr thnnn uhn pnlnwil
Mrs. Walcutfa hospitality were Mrs. Lieutenant and Mrs. liartnn of Scho
Hunson, Mrs. Hart nnd Miss Hurt, "eld Jlarracks have been visiting ( ii
m. Mnr. Mr. Kneatr. Sim. Tna. tain and Mrs. Frank UobarJs at their
tor nnd Mrs. IIowltL Wulklkl home.
Ml Tooner'n Ilrldirn l'nrlv. Mm. A llitirY Toil.
Miss Agnes Wlckstrum was tho mo- Mrs. Gardner Wilder entertained nt
tlf for a brldgo party which was given a C o'clock tea Saturday afternoon,
this week by Miss Alice Cooper, This entertainment was small nnd Hi
nt her benutlful home In Mn- formal, nil the Invitations being Issued
nni Viiliov. Ahnnf hiriv vnnmr by telephone. Mrs. Wllder's bunga'
people were Invited. Tho bridge lw on Annpunl streets was artlstlc-
tablcs were set In the beautiful court, ally decorated In ellow chrysnnlho
mldBt n mnss nr erponnrv nni! fnllnue. mums with the exception of the din
The guests were Invited for half after Ing room, whero tho refreshments
(wn! nhnrllv nflnr (h..lr nrrlvnl llin Were SCrCd. This rOOlll WHS abloom
rr,i tiinvimr iionn Mio pinronrn with white marguerites and maiden
HntTmnn wnn th n uriin. nn m. hair fern. Mrs. William Huwlins
qulslte bowl of beaten brass. Mrs. poured tea, at an oval mahogany dln-
Rhoo.lv Mnn llio cornni! nrlro wn lint Ing table. Tills table Was COCrCU
pins of clossonal8e ware Shortly j with a tablecloth of lino lined, heavily
after flvo o'clock delicious refresh- embroidered and inserted with Cluny
menti 'were sered. Amonc those lace. In the center of the tables was
time and as he was n bacteriologist
of note he was given that position by
the Hawaiian Government, which lie
held till ufler annexation and was
alBO retained no plague physician,
making all the post mortems during
those very strenuous times. He came
frnm thn Father Ijind well equipped
'for his work, and today stands nt tho
present were Miss Cooper, Miss Agnes
Wlckstrum, Miss Hnttle Lucas, Miss
Violet Makee, Miss Harriet Young,
Miss Isabella Cooper, Miss Janet Gait,
Miss Lydta McStocker, Mrs. Hepburn,
Mrs Sheedy, Miss Eynon, Miss Sara
Lucas, Miss Florence Hoffmann, Miss
Ida Kopke, Miss Irene Cooper, Miss
Esther Kopke, Miss Irma Ballenty'ne,
Miss -Helen North, Mrs. Harold Castle,
Miss Marie Uallentyne, Miss Myra
Angus, Miss Vera Damon. Miss Jean
'Angus, Miss McKenzIe, Mrs. George
Cleveland Dowen and' others.
Mr. Lee's Dinner.
' The Moana hotel was the setting
for a very pretty dinner Sunday even
ing, at which Mr. Leo and his daugh
ter, Mrs. Zehring, presided ns host
and hostess. Mr. Lee is a prominent
capitalist of Denver, Colorado, and
hus been sojourning at the Moana
Hotel, having come to the islands on
account of III health. Sunday even
ing the circular tablo was banked
with long stemmed American Ileauty
roses. Corsages of these flowers wero
found at the places of the fair sex,
i 'while boutonnleres of these flowers
.wore arranged for the men. Tho
place cards were hand-painted, with
'designs of roses. After dinner the
hosts and their guests adjourned to
the Moana pier, and listened to the
sweet strains of Hawaiian music,
Tendered .by the Hawaiian quintet
club. Mrs. Zehring woro an em-
. broldered chiffon gown, tunic effect
,Tlie corsage and tunic were embroid
ered In pink flehuas, a handsome
string of p'earls was worn with this
'costume. Mrs. Gardner Wilder wore
a real lace robe over Nile green sat
in, which was particularly becoming.
Mrs. Wood of New York City, wore a
''champagne-colored satin, heavily
trimmed in rose point lace. Mrs. Wil-
' Ham Rawlins wore n bluo satin with
silver trimming. Mrs. L'Hommedlcu
was clad In a stunning frock of old
!rose satin, cut In the latest fashion.
Among Mr. Lee's guests were Mr. nnd
..'Jjlrs. Wood, Mrs. Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs.
iWllllam Rawlins, Mr. nnd Mrs.
I, Hommedleu and others.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Iltcliiinlson'n Dinner.
, Prior to the departure on tho Wll
helmlna Mr, and Mrs. Frank Richard
1 son entertained Tuesday evening In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Rolph
Mrs. Musscr, wife of Dr. Musscr of head of his profession uy mm in iiuh
the 14th Cavalry, was the guest of est work and real merit, lie Is an
Lieutenant and Mrs. Willis of the It. honor to his profession and has dono
S. Marine Corp while tho transport much to force and mulntnln the Btunu
Sherman was In port. v ard high. He will be a distinct loss
r professionally to tho town always
genial nnd n happy voice for every
body he will be greatly missed by his
patients In particular and his friends
nnd acquaintances In general. The
Hoffmans were married In Honolulu
nnd feel themselves a piirfot the com
munity, nnd leave with regret, but
hope In the course of time to return.
Perhaps no two people are more pop
ular In a way. Mrs. Hoffman especi
ally has been very active in all kinds
of charitable undertakings. She hns
been a member of the board of di
rectors of the Y. W. C. A. for years,
and of the Castle Homo ns well,
while sho remains an officer of the
Free Kindergarten. The children of
the Salvation Army are her Btaunch
cst admirers. Her presence will be
also missed In the Morning Music
Club, In which she has been an ardent
nnd Interested worked. In practically
every affair where her services have
been solicited she gave heartily, nor
has she ever confined herself to creed
or class. The Hoffmann home has
been the scene of many .enjoyable
functions nlwuys unique and orig
inal, but where formality wns never
oped. Many young men nnd women
alone In Honolulu were made to feel
welcome thero and Honolulu socloty
will miss this hospitable home whose
hostess was kindness Itself. The sail
ing of this popular couple will leave
a void in the social circles of Hollo-
placed a fancy bnsket, lllled with mnr
guerltes and veiled with tulle, un
this occasion nbout thirty guests en-
Joyed Mrs. Wllder's hospitality.
The following announcement has
Mr. Henry Frederick Wlchman
Mrs. Anna Mae Stoever
Wednesday, the fourteenth of
September, one thousand nluo
hundred nnd ten
Round 11 rook
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Dinner Dance nt Scholleld lltirrntkji.
An elaborate dinner dance will be
given nt Schotleld Ilarrucks this eve
nlng to commemorate the reunion of
the 6th Cavalry. This .dinner und
dance will be given In the olllcers'
club. Dinner will bo served nt seven
o'clock. The table will bo decorated
In yellow, which Is the Cavalry color.
The Filth Cnvulry orchestra will pluy
during dinner, and furnish music for
the dancing. Numerous witty speeches
will bo made, and a delightful tlnle
Is untlclpatcd. A number of Service
people from Honolulu havo been In
vited, nnd they will spend Sunday at
.Mr. and .Mrs. McCiiiuIIcsd' Reception.
The chief event on the social cal
ender for next week Is tho largo re
ception which will be given by Mr.
and Mrs, John A. McCandless at their
palatial home on Nuuanu. Ave. The
following Invitation has been receiv
ed by Honolulu's 400:
Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McCandless
Thursday, October 20
8 to 10
Captain nnd Mrs. Sidney Halght of
Scholleld Ilarrucks cume In town for
the Military hop that was given at the
Monna Hotel Wednesday evening.
Captain and Mrs. Halght spent sev
eral days at the Moana.
Miss Agnes Wlckstrum was the
hostess Tuesday at an enjoyable
swimming party, Miss Wlckstcum
has been the Incentive for much in
formal entertaining for the past week.
The swimming purty Tuesday was In
the nature of a farewell, ns this pap
ular girl sailed for the mainland Wed
nesday, rrrfinliifiit Couple to Tour the World.
Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann will on the
2nd of November with the Slorra be
leaving tho Islands for an extended
trip around the world not exactly the
conventional tour (no ono expects tho
Hoffmanns to do conventional things),
but they expect to spend part of the
winter In Mexico, nnd then Into South
America over the comparatively new
Andean railway Into Chile, back to
Kngland or (lermnny for a boat to
Kast and South Africa, Asia, India,
Sumatra, Java, Kgypt, the Holy Land,
and China and Japan, The Hoffmanns
have been In the Islands for ten or
twelve years. The Doctor came direct
from (lermnny In 1898 and decided to
remain hero, It was about the plague.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Davlei' DImif r.
Fourteen places encircled the table
when Mr. and Mrs. T. Cllve Davies
cntertnlned nt dinner Monday eye
nlng In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. deorge
Rolph nnd Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of
San Francisco. The table wus frag
rant with La France roses and stnl
lax. Numerous twinkling candles, in
silver candlesticks and ornamented
with delicate pink silk shades were
placed at intervals around tho beauti
fully appointed table. A Hnvvallun or
chestra wns concealed behind tropical
foliage and plaved and sung during
Doctor Foster of the U. S. Navy
Lwas a passenger on the Sherman. The
Doctor Is en route to Join tho Asiatic
Squadron. This charming olllce'r Is
well known In Honolulu, and was the
motif for much social attention dur
ing his stay nt the Moana I Hotel.
Wednesday evening he .was the host
at u large dinner at that popular
carlvnnsary. The table was bunked
with purple violets and the favors
wero also In violets.
.Mr. nnd .Mrs. Itnnlliii' Pol Supper.
One of the most enjoyable uffalrs
of the week was the pol supper which
was given Tuesday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. William Rawlins. This af
fair was given in honor of malihlnls.
The novolty of the entertainment was
keenly enjoyed by the visitors. Tho
long table fairly groaned with Ha
waiian delicacies. Leis woro found at
each place with u name card attached.
The color scheme was pink and green,
which proved extremenly effective.
During the supper n Hawnllan quin
tette club furnished tho music. The
place cards woro of beautiful Hawa
iian girls. Among Mr and Mrs. Raw
lins' guests wore Mrs. Zehring of Salt
take City, Mrs. Lee of Denver, Colo
rado, Mr. and Mrs. Illood of Now York,
Mrs Gardner Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs.
L'Hommedleu and Mr. Jack Atkinson.
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