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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T,t 11., SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1910.
as SOCIAL CHATTER isst HOME TALK .. .
HE beauty and Bmartncss of
tho Army ball Bt Fort Shatter,
which wag shcti by the com
manding omccr, olllcerg mid;
ladles of that Post, Thursday'
ctcnlng, mas well lay claim
j to' being quite tho most exclusive nf-
fair eo far gtven this year and will
linger Ions In the memory of tlioto
present as being one of tho most on-
ijdyablo. -This function was gUen In
I tho Administration Uulldlng, which Is younB jr nn, Mrs p'w
admirably adapted for such an enter- Mrs ac'rtrlllIo Damon. Mr.'
I -The Buests were met on tho ernnd.i
by? Lieutenant Pardee and Lieutenant
- i Rogers, ricturcsque Jnpancaa maids
i i iu suit kuuoiius iiuu gorgeous uuis.
t''xl ushered the fair sex into the dressing
IU rooms. On lcalng this room, ono-
i could not help admiring the decora-
i imns oi mis ouiiuing ine main mm
J presented a bower of green: the stair
, caso leading to the upper floor whero
tmV dancing took place was banked
w,nn ieawory namuoo ana siocks oi
the sugar cane, which makes such an
effective decoration. Major and Mrs.
imuel Dunning and Major and Mrs.
Kennedy received the guests In tho
i tvsr" Wall room. Mrs. Dunning looked
fwjC.il In i blue satin cut In the latest
ffiiol with a drnped sklit The upper
"Jixuilun ur this chic costume was em-
f h11lnl &A with rnrn (flop Mrs. Kpn
&t vas clad In a white Paris frock I Mm Williams. Lt Vaughan. Capt. and
lof'satln and lace, mndo with a spray' Mrs Jchn Johnton. Major and Mrs.
Uf'lavonder orchids ornamenting tltol Lane. Capt and Mro, Ramsey. Capt.
j corsage. Among this fashlonablo ng land Mrs Marlx, Capt. and Mrs. Low,
Jgrfgatlon many beautiful gowns wore! Capt and Mrs. Robards, Capt, Camp-
Governor and Mrs. V'rear, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, Mr. John Walker,
Admiral nnd Mrs. Recs, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tenncy
Peck, Mr. and Mrs. C Davlcs, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Rodlck, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Kocko, Mr. nnd Mrs Frank Damon,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Uabbltt. Mr. and Mrs.
Mott Smith, Mr. Geo. Puller, Mr. nnd
Mrs C, on lUmm, Mrs. Mnr Clunn
Mr nnd Mrs. W T Pnty, Miss Ilertha
.1' L Young, officers U, S. II. Cutter
Thetis. Lt Col nnd Mrs.' H. W. Wheel
er. Major nnd Mrs Koslor, Capt. and
Mrs Halbrook, Capt. and Mrs. Watcut,
Capt. Jenkins, Capt. and Mrs. M.
Ctelt Capt. and Mrs. Wllllard. Capt
nnd Mrs. Day. Capt. and Mrs, Scales!
Capt, Halght, Capt. Forsjth Capt. ami
Mrs Sturgts, Lt. and Mrs. Darton
Lt and Mrs. Cegory, Lt. nnd Mrs
tlainard, Lt.' nnd Mrs. Cunningham,
Lt. nnd Mrs. Hanson, Lt. and Mrs.
Dockcr, Lt P. II Sheridan, Lt. Mor
rison, Lt. Host, Lt James, Lt. Oron
Ingfr Capt und Mrs. Morse, Lt and
Mrs, Adams, jlnjcr and Mrs Wlnslow
Capt and Mrs Putinin Lt nnd Mrs.
Ward Lt nnd Mrs Wntklns Lt J A.
6'Comier Lt and Mrs Fholau Cipt
nnd Mrs Tlnibcrlnke Capt and Mrs
Wilbur, 1 t and Mrs Turner Lt and
1 Among those present were Miss
f Daisy Gras, Mrs. Audiow Fuller Mrs
and Mrs. II. Along, Dr. nnd Mrs. Mtir
j ray. Mr. and Mrs. Olewn, Mr. W Wll-
illation, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. 1). Mend,
Mr. O. Sorcnscn, Dr. Hodglns, Mr J
1 Brans. Mr. Dickson, MIbs Ircnu Dick-
jsbn, Mr. ami Mrs. C. O. Ballentno
Miss Dallentjne, Mr. Rrnco XCart
h . Thatcher, Mr. Robert Cation, MUs R.'
j Cation, Mr. II. Lucas, Miss S. Lucas,
Mr Robert Bond, Mr. and Mrs. E. I.
Studding. Miss Spalding, Miss Allco
I Spalding. Mrs. SI. M. Garrett, MIms
I Margaret Castle, Mr. and Mrs. It. W.
jMKinson, inr. uiiti .n. , i. ivutnn
wrlght, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy
ttl. TihioIa Vnnnoilc Invnmlflf HI1.1
:: . .::l "" ... nV' u r, 'tttfk'-.S Itnllou. Mr. and Mrs. Ivors,
" """""-"'-' -"":- ""'. 5Mgua Mm. Arthur Wilder. .Mr. nnd
l Mr, nnd Mrs. E. P. Wshop. Miss Allco It! Damon, Miss Vera Damon. Mr.
Mncfarlane, Mr. Harry Macfarlane.l and Mrs. C w. C. Deerlng. Bishop nnd
boll. Lt. Pnrcfurorson. Lt. Illrchflcld,
Lt Parsons, Lt, Ancuml, Lt. Blair, LL
Willis, Lt, Kllgore. CapL and Mrs.
Palls, Capt. nnd Mrs Winters. Major
Halns, Major Hort. Miss Kathcrlne
Stetcns, ;Mr, nnd Irs, A. Afong. Dr.
P P Hcdcnfann, Dr. nhd Mrs. George
Herbert, Mr. nnd Mrs. E D. Tenncy,
Miss Wllhclmlna Tenncy.llr. and Mrs
A P Wnll Mrs. Hdo Smith, Gen. nnd
Mrs. McCldlan. Miss Rose McClellnn,
Miss Josephine McClcllan, Judge nnd
Mfh?R, Bcotl, Mr. nnd Mfs. II. . B.
Porster, Mr. and Mrs. James Judd Mr.
Robert Thompson, Dr. nnd Mrs. fi.
Baldwin, Mr. Robert Grant, Mr. and
Mrs. Prosser, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Da
mon, Miss May Damon, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Mrs. Rcstarick, Miss Constance Rcs
tarlck, Rev. and Mrs. Bliss Dr. and
Mrs. J. S. McOrew, Gen. and Mrs. E.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs, Harrison, Madame
Pi Inge, Mr, Photcuhaucr, Mr. Harr)
Wilder, cx-Gov. CIcghorn, Dr. nnd
Mrs. Lane, Dr. O, T. Smith, Mrs. Gay,
Mr. BurrllU Mrs. Elston, Miss Ada
Rhodes, Mrs. Pafmclcc, Dr. and Mrs.
Hobdy, Mr. and Mrs. Garlley, Mr nnJ
Mrs. A. Lewis, Mr. "find Mrs. Waldron
Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty, M il, nnd Mrs,
Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Castle,
Judge and Mrs, Whitney, Mr. nnd Mrs.
0. Lhlngston. LL Col, Wheeler, Mr.
nnd Mrs. T. I-csll Gordon, Carl Wal
ton, Lt. and Mrs. Stenart, Lt Wlnlors,
Tho engagement has been recently
announced of Miss Esther McCall of
Oakland to Mr. Percy Walker Barnard.
About two years ago Miss McCall vis
ited Paymaster and Mrs. Hornbergcr
of tho navy; the latter Is her sister.
Mtss.McCall was one of the most pop
ular and ono of tho prettiest girls that
has ever lslted Honolulu. She Is a
deml-blonde with large violet blue
ejes and brown hair. During her lslt
with Paymaster and Mrs. Hornbergcr,
rhe wns a reigning belle of tho joung
or sft. The mnrrlngo-wlll take place
tho first day of Juno, but will be a
small wedding. Mr. Barnard Is a
brother of Lloutcnant Barnard of tho
5th Cavalry. Lieutenant Barnard
married Miss Maud Bannister, daugh
ter of Major Bannlsjer, U, S. A.
On Sunday tho usual number of
motors went dawn to Halolwn, which
Is the popular placo with autolsts for
Sunday lunch. Among those noticed
wcro Dr. Murray and family; A. W. T.
Bottomlcy nnd party; Lorrln An
drews; V. G. Andrade, with party of
Portuguese officers; Cecil Brown; K.
P. Bishop nnd Rlcharl lvcrs, with
Chief Justice Bcatty; P. E. Thompson;
Dr. Durncy of Kahuku, and Mr. and
Mrs. Dllllnghnm, with Mrs. Hydo
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Pot
ter. " '
Miss Mary Knnnt a charming Phil
adelphia girl arrived on tho last Wll
hclmlna to spend Mqvcral months ns
tho houvo guest of her sister, Mrs.
Louis J. Warren of Mnnoa valley,
.Mrs. Warren nnd Miss Eynnn nre at
home to their friends on Mondays,
f t t T
liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiB:? ?' 'H
Py IfjfK'iir) jute rf .iH
fa ''I hm, very found of violets and .
nflt clean, frcBh momlng llelds. That I
v Is wny I 11KB jour lime songs, -iou
havo tho Insight of tne seer nnd the
-r poet; you see deep. Simple things
nro dlfliciilt. There's work In the
i j world for such as ou,. Mnny thou
sands are awaiting )our message.
V f (Sgd), D, Prnngcon Davlcs."
I Codld n mbro exquisite tribute be
paid than this from tho famous
When "Blind Tom" gavo ono of
his rcmnrkablo concerts In Janes
Ivlllc, Wis, nhd finished pin) lug a
composition nftehearlng It but
'once, ii n old man In tho audience
Inroso to mako a suggestion.
"There's A little girl herd who can
do that sanlo thing," ho Bald.
1 "Let her come hero nnd I wilt
play ono of my own compositions,
Iwhl.h has never been published nnd
she can try lt," was the reply.
A plain, shy llttlo nlnc-ycur-old
girl was taken to tho platform, and,
nlthough her small hands coula not
compass the octnves, she pla)cd the
piece "almost exactly ns tho man had.
That was little Canie Jacobs.
This llttlo girl as tho years passqd
worked ns only the true genius can,
not only 111 music but In poetry, for
Mrs. Bond U n poet of unusual gifts.
She Is n "womnu who writes poems,
sets them to music and sings them
In a manner that revcato the ery
acme of art." Mrs. Bond has written
three hundred pongs, nnd many ol
them have appeared on the programs
of tho great singers.
"Thero Is no slightest doubt that
Mrs. Carrlo Jacobs-Bond Is n person'
allty, or that sho Is a genius ns
i many sided as It Is possible to Imag
jlite n human being to be, mid as al
pervaded with tho glow of emotion
nllsm nB ono eer grows man or
, I woman,
I fra 11nn,l la llffll. Inaf nnd nil 111
When the news was flashed across, lug llttlo stories of sweet ibcntlmcnt ' .mB ' .,....,. .n-i nr, count.
nnd of translating the quaint pnno- for nothing when listening to her.
sopliy of homely, everyday life Into piano technique recedes Into the dim
cnnmnlliiir .rlivtlim. Hnnnllr. ton. dlstnnco nnd iho speaks to you
wn nno of llinnn mro KPrsnnnlltlns Inn nnm pnnllnl rnrnirlllttlin U hnlne through the einolluns, and Interprets
thnt Impress themsehes indelibly ghen all over the country to this each bit as the Bpeaks or sings fnult-
nnd lovably, without the necessity of other poet who can tell llttlo tales, lessij.
perbonnl 'acquaintance. Not only wns both grave nnd gay though nfter, Mrs. Bond decided to publish her
ho the children's poet, hut, he wns more than n Borc of years of sue- own composition, mid ttilu decision
beloved of nil wiio read his stmplo ceis tho wonder h.iB not yet died out do eloped tho Bond Shop which U
verses. that this recipient of national nilnilr- one of the unique places in Chicago.
Chluipn li.is tTiA linnnr nf belnc the ntlon is n woman. There she lhcs and works surround-
home city 'bfhriplheVgentle poet who To Carrie Jacobs-ltdiid came n let- ed bj the" luxuries which have crown
has the same Irresistible gift of wenv- ter once from Berlin which read: ' d her endeavors.'
CARRIE JACOBS BOND.
the continent thnt Eugene Field had
"fallen nslcep" tears welled In ejes
thnt had never seen tho man, for his
Will Take f!p rThrough Oilent.
Mr. and Mrs. 8i OAndroae and son,
Frederic of 320'NprUl El Moll'io nve
nno, exnect to leave Paaadenn Thurs-
dAy morning- for an "'extended trip In
tho north, Honolulu mid Japan. They
will first visit In 8an, Francisco, and
then go on to Seattle, where they will
be tho guests r, relative, nnd later
will sail for thoprlcnt rrom 8an Fran
rlsco. slopping aCHontilulti. Tlicy lno
tlondsNn Japan whom they will lsll
whllo there. Thc'y do fiot expect to rc
(mn to Pasadena. untif the latter pirt
of August or flrst,of September, Af
ter their return they nre plannlug to
build a handsome homo on, North EI
Mr. L. Tenney Peck was the com
plimented guest at n banquet given by
Mr. Cecil Brown on Thursday" evening,
the 12th of May, att his country "homo
In Kaalawal, beon'd Diamond Head.
A most plcnsurnble gathering at this
homo on tho Jicach was enjojed b)
tho rcprescntathes pf tho different
bankg of Honolulu Among thoso p,rts
nnt wero tho guest of honor, Mr. ,L,
Tenncy Peck, Mr. M, P. Roblncpn,
Mr. S. M. Damon, Mr. E. I. 'Spalding.
Mr. A, Lowls Jr.. Mr. George P.
Castle, and Mr. Tokelda of tho Yoko
hama Speclo Bank, and tho host, Mr,
Cecil Bronn. As Mr. Peck' was to
tall on the Sierra for an extended tour
of tho United States and, Eurnpo, miny
ktnd wishes for his unfo return and
pleasant voyngo , wero wnrmiy ex
pressed by tho guests, present,
Mrs. Alexander Ollchrlbt Hawcs. Jr..
Is lining a delightful trip on route, to
knrone. During her etny In Califor
nia she wits tho guest of Mrs. Alex
andet IseiiBerg, who has a beautiful
homo In Berkeley. On her way to
New York sho spont ten dajs with
tho Hatches In Washington, D. C, nnd
was thq motif for much cntdrtatidng
In the capltol city. Mrs. Hawcs sail
ed for London on tho White Star chip
Ccdrlc for I.ondon, England where
rhe will visit Dr, ami Mrs. Huniphrejs
for a month. Later sho will Journey to
Paris and visit her aunt at her homa
In thnt city. .
Among the" jlsltors to Honolulu
from Knual. Sunday, May lGth, wero
Mis. W. H.., Rico and Miss ' Emily
Rite. I -1 ''
Mr. Shakespeare Comes to Town
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Evening
WITH HIS BRIGHT, MERRY COMEDY .
m l I
of the Shrew"
Prices Will Positively
Remain the Same
By Popular Request
The Lion and the Mouse
HENRY McSAE AS "PETRUCHIO"
MATIOABEX OSWALD AS "KATHAINK"