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nOKOLTTLTT STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, A UO. 2$, 1012.
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R. Kipling, Manager :
RECEIVED FOUR ACTS
THE TWO FRANKLINS
Knockabout and Acrobatic Artists
Ncv Program Joni :!
"THE CAMPUS" IS
Dance at Country Club.
sie Schmidt and Mr. Ernest Parker , f
Several hundred members of Honon were the guests of the Irincess Ka-
lulu society gathered at the Country
lino last eveuiriK in response to in
vitations from Mr. Mclaerny, the club
president, and the board of directors,
to attend the opening bail. The affair
was in celebration of the completion
of the additioa to the clubhous ana
was In every way a brilliant success.
Th ciub lanal was beautifully dec
orated with palms, ferns and flowers,
and colored electric lights, and .the
fcoft strains of Hawaiian music and.
the moonlight that floctied the grounds
Jerit much to the enchantment of tne
evening. Delicious refreshments were
.ecrvetl at a late hour, and the guests
enjoyed dancing until long after mid
night. In the receiving line were Mr. Jas.
1). Mcinerny, Miss Ella Mclnerny, ,Mr.
1L H. Walker, Mr.'&nd Mrs. E. Faxon
13 is hop, Mr. and Mrs.. George R. Car
ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Dil
Princess Kawananakoa Hostess.
The Princes Kawananakoa was
hostess at a box party at the Opera
1 louse on Saturday evening, to wit
ness the first oerformance of the Fer
ris .Hartroan company. Among those 1
present were the Princess Kawanana
, koa, Mr. and Mrs. J. . Morton Riggs,
Mrs. Gussie Schmidt, Miss Irene Dick
eon, Mr. Ernest Parker and Colonel
Wilder. l; 5 . rj,
Misses Carte ri Pa irty.
Miss Elizabeth Carter and Miss
Phoebe Carter were hostesses at a de-
Jlghtful swimming, supper and dancing
party on Monday, evening at , Kaikoo,
the Country home of, Mr. . and , Mrs.
George R. Carter. The young people
gathered at the beach at & o'clock and
- after a delightful swim and ; supper
danced in. the moonlight: Among those
present were Miss. Mary ' ron Holt,
, Miss Hilda von Holt, Miss Maye Biven,
r Miss Pauline ; Schaefer, . Miss i Eloise
Wichman,; : M isa Rpsamond. ; S wanzy
wauanakoa last evening at a delight
ful theater party at the Opera House.
Party For Miss Girvin.
LUIUE. August 27. Mrs. G. W. Gir
via, mother of Mn. W. H. Rice, Jr..
and .daughter Miss Ixmise. returned to
Honolulu Saturday, after having 8jent
a month or eo among friends and r-
latlves here. .On Friday list from 10;.
Hills, Manoa, Makiki.
Tuesdays Waikiki. Kapiolani
i Park, Kalmuki. 'Palolo. First
j Tuesday, Fort Ruger.
j ' Wednesdays Nuuanu, Puunul.
Pacific Heights. First and third
r. m. to 4 p. m., Miss Ixwise was the j '
guest of honor at a delightful pa ;
of young folks vho gathered on the J s
beautiful Nwlumalu beach for the pur
pose of giving the popular ittle tennis
expert a farewell send off. And 8el
dom is there ro much real deliKl-
cipwded into such space of time as
there seemed on this occasion. Into j e
the beautiful clear,, sparkling nioun-
tain stream which forms the Niumam $
river they plunged, where for nearly ( $
two hours, ttey enjoyed th'imaeh es $.
as only happy children can. TTiore g
present were Miss Louise Girvin, Har-
Wednesdays, above Nuuanu
bridge; second and fourth Wed
nesdays, below bridge; fourth
Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first
and third Wednesdays, Alewa
Thursdays The Plains.
Fridays Hotels and town.
Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter;
Saturdays KalihL Third and
fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha
Society Editor Telephone
ni.on iuce, raui nice, mcnara v .i-e.
Miss Dora Broad bent. Homer Lydgate,
h-ercy i.yagate, Kicnara swsgeii, iar- Mr James Crystal McCandless, who
rrercy. L.yogaierJtucnara ciogeu. xnar nas Spent the summer here visiting
Katherine Coney, Clarisa Coney. Geo. nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John xMc
Hcgg, and Willie -Wolters. Garden Is- Candless, left for .school in the Mon
New. Card Club Meets.
Mr. and Mrs. .Richard Cooke left iq
!The. pew card club which has been the Mongolia today for a trip to the
organized' by some of the residents, mainland:
in Kalmuki met for the first time at
the home of Mrs. M. H. Webb.on Fri-J Judge JT. M Hatph and Miss aHar
day. ' The first prize, a placque, was riet Hatch were departing passengers
given to Mrs". Hare, and the consola- in the Mongolia,
tion, a wicker basket, was given to .
Mrs. Emll Berndt Among those pres- j Mrs. John Bid well, Mrs. Kennedy
ent were .Mrs. 'Underwood, Mrs. Ray and -Mr. Thomas Alexander, who have
Rietow. Mra.s Berndt, Mrs. Hare, Miss, been visitlne in the Islands for several i of the evening's entertainment.
Hare. Mre. James Guild. Mrs.. Charles weekK returns to thlr home, in i As a college widow, in Mrs. Mac
Warn,-Mrs. Giesecke, Mrs. Sam Peck, chico, Cal., today in the Mongolia.
Through three acts of rollicking
v i comedy, Honolulu giggled and laugh
(ed as the Ferris Hart man Company
of talented players developed a
bright, breezy musical comedy of col
lege days. 'The Campus."
Walter De Leon, who assumed the
role of 'varsity leader, is responsible
j for a play that has had a successful
j reason covering a period of mouths
$ j at Los Angeles and San Francisco,
0 j not to say the long runs at other Pa-
: cifie Coast cities.
$ I De Leon, and Roscoe Arbuckle, as
$ "Jtichard Tellrran, popularly known
!as Fat.V? were more or less constantly
i in tne spot ugni lasi nigni, as me
thread of a plot was unwound for the
delectation of a capacity , house at
the Hawaiian opera house last
The Cam pits is filled with interest
ing situations, interspersed with
pleasing and new songs to Honolu
lans. Football, baseball and other
heroes are brought into the three-act
comedy in a manner that leaves
everybody happy for the introduction.
Ferris Hartman didn't have much
of a part . to display his peculiar
mirth-provoking qualifications in tho
Campus. Hartman fills the role of
Bisraark, a college janitor. However,
in De Leon's book, Harjman is not
cbliged to "sit out," by any manner
of means, as the merry '.'old fellow,
dear to the merry bunch of college
lads is ever on hand with cheery and
spontaneous repaitee whenever he is
made the target of their witty sallies
Miss Muggins Dayies, as "Nellie
Perkins" and one who ever believes
In "Bobby," won admiration on every
hand. Miss, Davfes appeared in se
eral stunning costumes ih the course
i Aliablutcly Fiiroj;
21:5 only tzlttej pbyx?
nzzSo from Royal Crzo
M: Crccsi cf Tcrtzr-
MORENI and LYNDON
A Real Comedy Team
WARD and MANNING
The Dance Kings
The Charming Sister Team
CLEVELAND and M ERR ITT
Flrtt Pretentation - cr
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES
A Rearing ,Two-Act Comedy by
22- Musical Ariists -f
v: -if. :
Peerless Bijou Orchestra
Two Performance Nightly 7:15 and
PRICES: 10c, 20c, 30c
Concert at Waikane Halt..
,:A concert will be given by the Heart
Mrs.. Alfred Moore, Miss Unger and
Mrs. Webb. '
.Mrs. Alexander l8enberg left today
V Miss Carol Low,' -Miss ClorlndLpw. Incthe Mongolia with her brother, Mr. j Waikane Hall, starting at 7 p. m.
Miss Ruth TUchams, M)s8s .Margaret waiter JJuisenberg.i whose recent acci-v
.Center, -Miss ThelmaV Murphy, 'Misa dent has called 'forth much sympathy
Margaret Jones,' Mri: Carter Gait, Mr. from his many friends.
Herman von Holt, Mr. Francis Browp, ) -
Mr. Fred Schaefer, Mr. CarrSchaefer, j , Miss Carol Low left in the Mongolia
Mr. Vernon Tenney, Mr. Ernest Gay, todayrn route for Boston, where she
Mr.'Atherton RIchardB, Mr. Alan Ren-- wlif study art f "
ton, "Mr. Woods' Low, Mr. Arthur GllJ - s n . .
man, Mr. Ten Center, Mr. . Edward . Miss .Marjorie Chapin and. Miss Ma
SchenkeV Mr. Taylor, Mr. Dixon Not . rian; chapin ;lett. in. the Mongolia to
and the young hostesses; day V MIsa Marjorie is going to Bos
v..1 '' .' : ; .: jtonto take" a fouV-year course in
- -Mr. andJMra, ,'':( Walter, ' Macf arlane, 4 music .and;'her slater . will v)sit;4a
Mrr and M. Carl WidemanMrs, G us- Michigan for six Jnonths or ayear. ;
Lauren, Miss Josie Hart made a dis
Unct. hit. ' . :
The Campus will be repeated thia.
evening and tomorrow evening. The
t. n : Tt 'no 1 :: -yO
. 1 A '
The starchy foods so much used now
adays whlto thread, .pastry,, potatoes,
porridges, etc: often , cause ' f starch
Indigestion," and a long Jineof trou
bles because the digestive organs are
unable to deal with '.the excess of this
kind of food-material.
. ; lt; remains. In the; stomach, partially .
ferments, causing gat and sour eructa
tions; besides preventing the body
from absorbing the full amount of
food necessary. Some persons often ;
' feel hungry a short time after eating..;
In" making ;GrapeNtits aVood expert .
treats whole wheat and barley In mbch
the same way the human digestive
organs act on food with heat, mois
ture and time--tber diastase, Jn , the
' barley and the process of manufacture
chapging' tte starch: into a form of
soluble sugar; thus making it easy of
In this way he devised a means of
assisting weak digestive organs to deal
with natural Jood,; with ease and not v
only build up brain and 'nerves, but
strengthen the digestive organs at the
Many have been helped by a ten days'
of Love Society on Saturday night at I iollowing is the- complete cast:
A musical Comedy of College Life
BAPTJST In Honolulu, August 26,
1912, to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Baptist,
HANSON In Honolulu, August 26, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson, a son.
An OH and Well Tried Rem
ro UBS. UtNSLOVTS SOOTHING SYRUP
Ku htxn uaed by Bullions cf moher (or tbeir cluldrea
while trethms, with perfect meet. It wfteat tne fmnv
Uay pa ib,' cure vnod colic, and it the be remedy tat
ctrrheu' Sol4byDiw. B sure and ask for
UrJYigslowV Soolhing Syrdp
Vr' L'ed for more than three generations.. :
" Cast. .
Bismark (a janitof) , Ferris Hartman
Bobby Short ("varsity yell leader) :
.Valter be Leon
Richard Tellman Cpopularly known ;
as "Fat") ......... Roscofe Arbuckle
Tony Selden (who tries to turn, a -
trick) : . . . .Harry Pollard
Prof. Sutton (President pro tem).' ;t
. . I'j . i. . . Elmer Thompson
Chester 'Sutton1 his- sony . ; :
. h ... . . . . .i. . . i Lawrence; Bowers
Nellie Perkins (who believes in v
Bobby) . . . .Miss1 '"Muggins?. Davies
Mrs. MacLauren (the college widow) . ,
'Miss Josie Hart
tfate Sgldon (Tony's sister) '. ..... .;
i . . Miss Minta - Durfee
. Synopsis . "
Act 1 The Gym Steps. .. ' . . .
Act II Apartments of Bob and
"Fat." , .
Act III Sambas. Act I. ,
BOY KILLS MILUOXAIttE .
BBOTIIEU mm ST. E
CHATHAM, X. Y.t Aug. 8.Ilomer
Crandall, 17-year-old son of Fredeifck
Crandall of New Tork, whose rrxr
riage Incurred die enmity of Kdvra
Jlawleyv his uncle, but who received
?2,0QO,00O of the railway magnate's es
tate, is df ad here, as tho resnljt- of bet
ing accidentally hit on the thead-by a
stone thrown by his 10-year-old brotb
er, RJchard. The funeral of the boy's
grandfather, Homer, Crandall of Cha
tham, was held yesterday. ;
The new Geraan dreadnaught crui
ser. Goshen made 32 knots an hour in
her .tr iaL of fDanzig.;
R Kipling, Manager
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TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY; EVENINGS AND iC
August 27, 28 and" 2? V , ;
The Original Oriental Theatrical Com
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Sst S '
In the Great College Comedy v
By Walter De Leon
"OH, Mr. Joy"
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