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HONOLULU STAR-BTJLIiETTN, MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1012.
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FORT STREET ABOVE KING STREET.
Maud Powell's second and last ap
pearance in Honolulu will be made
tonight in the Hawaiian Opera House.
She played to a full house at her
initial recital and will do so again,
the' majority of the seats having been
reserved before the first recital. Har
old " Osborn Smith won instant ad
miration for the1 sympathy and deli
cacy with which he played the accom
paniments, a duet is one of the at
tractions of the program tonight Fol
lowing are the numbers which will be
Colridge-Taylor. ; . ; Concerto, G. minor
I. Allegro maestoso
II. Andante sempllce
III. Allegro con spirito
Bach .Senate, E major
I. Adagio -
II. Allegro ma non troppo
Duo Mme. Powell and Mr. Smith
Mozart ....i. ...........,. Rondo
G major, from the Suite writ
ten for the Wedding" of
Elizabeth Haffner. .''..-
Massenet . .Meditation from Thais"
Sarasate .... .'.Spanish Dance,. No. 8
Moszkowskl Piano Solo ;
. ; , . ...... . ..'..Caprice Espagnole
WIenlawski .... Fantaisie de "Faust
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The Blue " Mouse' one of Clyde
Fitch's most successful and unique
comedys wil 1 be the offering at the
Bijou theater tonight by the World's
Fair Stock Company, and according
to reports the production of this piece
will be a revelation to local theater
That the World's Fair Stock Com
pany has been an agreeable surprise
'to Bijou theater patrons goes without
saying, ana is, pernaps, roe Desi Bal
anced stock company seen here in
years, while the repertoire of plays
is unqueslonably as good as It Is pos
sible to secure, with enough variety
to satisfy the "constant- patron.
In tonight's bill, Miss Briseac will
be seen in a light comedy role, and
is said to possess more than usual
talent as a comeaienne, while the bal
ance of the company will be seen in
play itself is an adaptation from the
thing they haye yet represented. The
play itself is a nadaptation f rom the
French of America's most artistio
dramatist, Clyde Fitch, and, altllough
it has been criticised as being rather
bold, Director Wray gives assurance
that the dialogue and situations are
void of being risque. ,. Certainly the
comedy, made a success on the main
land, and, with a company as capable
as Miss Brissac's a good, UTely per
formance may be expected. ;
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The celebration of the First Annual
Afternoon of the Moose family was
held at the Hawaiian opera house yes
terday afternoon when Santa Claus
marfe his appearance and bestowed
gift upon all the children of the
Moose. : The big opera house was
crowded to the doors and although
there were many adults present, the
greater part of the attendance was
composed of children. It was a Christ
mas celebration well worth seeing,
and from the noise and singing which
burst forth at times everybody bad a
good time, and it Is evident that; the
Moosers wiil have to secure a larger
place to accommodate the crowd next
year. ' . '. ...
An Interesting" p'rogram was render
ed, and a good part of the enjoyment
of the afternoon is due to the military
band from Schofield Barracks Lodge
No 1060. A clever recitation was
given by Miss Ellerbrock and William
Kerr sang a solo. And then Santa
Claus arrived and made a' great hit;
as he promised the youngsters that he
was. going to come every year, f
t The affair was a great success and
much of the credit is due to Chairman
G. S. Leithead, who had charge of the
jarrangements, and it has been planned
to celebrate the event .next year on a
The office of Deputy Chief of De
It ctlves Kellett this morning much rZ
sombled a bargain counter, (ollowins
a successful raid by an army of shdp
pers. ' Wearing apparel such as coats,
troasers, suspenders. . shirts, neck
wear, shoes, also artic-es of jewelry.
Including seven watches both gold and
silver, sleeve links, neck scarf pins,
razors ,and in fact a large and varied
assortment of just plain "junk ' in
cluded In uie iiit.
Three Filipinos, giving names of Ab
rka, Leonardo and Espinosa. are now
in custody ind according to evidence
gathered by the police stand a fair
chance of having to face a charge of
The story as told l y the officers is
to the effect that ,fo. some weeks
past, many articles have been missing
from Japaneie lodging and tenement
houses. In mose instances, the victims
hve failed to report their losses,
awaiting a notification from police
headquarters before presenting them
selves to claim missing property.
Deputy KelletL and several officers
paid a visit to the Magoon building
jtsterday afternoon. They found a
number of Filipinos who had forsak
en plantation lire, residing there. From
one apartment to another the officers
journeyed, until they came upon a
room littered with the material that
row adorns the office of the chief, of
detectives. It was not long, before
the' tennents of the room appeared on
the scene. They were promptly placed
urder arrest, and as a result of a close
cross questioning, much of the -op-
erty can be restored to the owners.
In a search of the room, the police
ran across a large bunch of keys,
which for the most part are 'skele
tons" and can be used in opening a
wide variety of locks. '
The officers are still at work on the
case and hope within a very short
time to have a bunch of petty house
tLieves run down, and the booty re
covered. . '
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to PATRONS OF
C. Q.YEE HOP & CO.
: C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. will be closed
on New Year's Day, January 1, 1913,
and request their patrons to send in
their orders early on Tuesday the
31st, as there will be no delivery after
3 p. m. of Tuesday .--advertisement.
Eddie Fernandez, the well known
local sportsman and politician, "writes
the Star-Bulletin under date of De
cember 20 as follows, giving further
particulars of the benefit concert on
board the Sierra' for the children of
the Kalihl receiving station:
"Arrived here today" on the Sierra,
and 'must say that t enjoyed "the, trip
very much although, we bad a few
days' of bumpy wether, and as .the
Lord said "the ocean needs pressing
out I write you in order to explain
my wireless which no dpuht you re
ceived. I promoted a benefit concert
for the children at the Kallhi receiv
ing station while aboard the steamer
and succeeded in getting fifty-dol
lars.. s '.
"I am enclosing, you a check for
twenty-three dollars and W. B. Hop
kins will come over and give you the
remaining twenty-seven which I trust
you will accept and turn over to the
kiddies. The "program rendered at
the concert was as follows:
. 1. Opening chorus Passengers.
2. Vocal solo Mr. P. H. Watson.
3.. Female trio Misses Stone and
4. Buck and wing dancing Mr.
5. Quartette Messrs. Cowes,
Fernandez & Reynolds.
6. Piano solo Miss M. Flynn.
7. "Speech" Mr. P. H. Watson.
8". ocal solo Mr. E. K. Fernan
9. Male trio Messrs. Cowes,
Fernandez & Watson.
10. Sketch Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
11. Duet Misses Sarah and Jos
12. Aloha Oe.
Dance on Promenade Deck, Sea
BRIGHT'S;. DISEASE ;
Report Case of Mr. B. Grimes,
Clear Lake, Wis., a well developed
case, albumen nearly twenty-five per
cent loss in weight incapacitated,
could hardly get around. Treatment
changed and put on Renal Compound
Feb: 12. 1909 between six and seven
weeks before improvement was noted.
Case began to respond about the sev
enth week improvement thereafter
steady. On Aug. 15, 1909, Dr. Good
win reported the last trace of albu
men had disappeared. September 15,
1909, still no albumen and patien
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WEEK OPENS WITH
With a srafall amount of business
doing, stocks are appreciably stronger
this week opening. Ewa shows a J
gain of a quarter point to 24.75 fqrj
5 and 20 shares reported, while Olaa
is steady at 4 for 100 shares reported
and 30 shares in three unequal lots
on the board. Brewery has advanced
a clear point to 22.50 for 5 and 15
shares on the board. In the cases of
several sugar stocks bids in advance
of last sale quotations fail to bring
any shares on the market.
. A long expected clash occurred in
.the English Commons between Lord
Charles Beresford and iWnston
'Churchill. Both , bitterly denounced
each other over admiralty affairs.
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