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HONOLULU STAB-RrLLETIX. S.TI K1.Y. .. j.
HAWAIIAN BOYS WHO LEFT-ISLANDS FOR OUTSIDE
WORLD ARE 'MAKING GOOD' ALL OVER
A. L. C. Atkinson Brings Back,
News of Former Residents
Who Have Not Been Heard of
For Years Many Have Gone
on Stage or in Musical Com
panies A. I.. C. Atkinson foregathered with
a number of former Hawaiian resi
ientn during his recent May on the
mainland. JCven in the thick of the
campaign, when Mr. Atkinson was
striking valiant blows for the Bull .
MOokp cause at headquarters in New !
York, he found tirr.e to look up a lot
of Hawaiian boys He has collected
the information thus gained and
brought it back to Hawaii. The re
sult is remarkable. Scores of young
Hawaiians who went to the mainland
mid have never been heard of siWe i
have been made good In varied linen, j
Arpong the names mentioned below j
are some that have been almost for
gotten here for years. ;
V By A. L. C. ATKINSON. j
The Hawaiian music boys are do-,
ing; splendid work in advertising Ha- j
waii. They have played in every cUy !
of Importance, especially through the
MiddlcWest, and invariably they have
become favorites. In fact they are
represented in almost every line of
musical entertainment and they are
Willie and Jack Ellis are now the
king-pln in New York Cityf It means
a great, deal to "land" In that big
place but those boys have done it
When I left. New York, the Hawaiians
were the rage. The hardest line with
which to make a success is carbaret
work. Will, who has developed into
a mighty capable orchestra leader,
has Jumped Into this line and is a big
card. Jack is - recognized as one of
the very best lad singers In the Me
tropolis. At present they have two
companies at work In leading cafes
and are planning to have a third: Will
told itie that he. expected to put his
crowd into f Little Hungary." This is
one i of the biggest show places of
New, York T City. Anybody "seeing
New York." always goes there. It Is
Bohemia of the Bohemians and ! the!
most unique restaurant in the United
fetates. One or the Ellis companies
finished an extensive engagement at
Churchill's,-about as gay a place as
can be" found on the "Great -White
yy. , wun tne Kins dots are
2 :,' '
The only taking powtlcr
mada from Royal Ccapa
Oroam off Tartar
' If M
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i;: " ' no ; i&tiy - - . J-
uraraa is to be included in the star i
films for the first of the week, !t ?
you want as good as t!ic.-p is in photo j
plays, you will and it at tit.
BACK FROM Mil
MIs Charlotte Pnnrnn, Xew York actress who Is wedded to William
Kalaraj Rohllnr. formerlr f IlnwntL itnMfno- d nm r tt, mnnr n... ti
c . J -"m w I til. IfllllllJ JIHIIHJI"
tin H. I. M E.- . V - J II f
g . fc j-
Hawaiian hula dancer
She has .been
taught ail she knows by the Hawkiian
vy. tv jin me riiiis Doys are ' v;" ireuunuouve i
John Paaluhi. Kalama 'Bohline nvM ,acmt of grace and refinement. The
Va1sl1ri i ilto.1 T v - ... I HlwaHan hula Aanraa n Vi
immma, ftiiiru juucb, wuuepn jveni
aihuo and .William Kanui who has or
ganized .the Ellis companies.
"Lloyd Chllds, who came to Hono
lulu, originally with one of" the spe
cial i excursions from Los Angeles,
,took a company on the road .last
spring. rThe aggregation Is " due in
New York; in a few weeks and will
probably go under Will Ellis, man
agement as all of the boys were with
him Originally: - J. A. C. Peterson-,
ho used, to be with Wall-Nichols mu
sic department George VIerra, Henry
Smith and George Kalaluhi are in
Tha BIrd of Paradise.
I did not see "The Bird of . Para
dise" in New Yprk as it waa on the
road during my atay there. From peo
ple competent to judge, I learned that
the show is pplendid in point of local
color, t Mr. Tully, the author, caught
the true native atmosphere, although
the theme was rather severely criti-;
clsed... Many persons thought Tully
had not been fair to the native Ha
waiian. But be that as it may, there
IS SO Question Of th "hit" .
" v buai MJksl
Jones and his Hawaiian singers and
Hawaiian hula dances on the main
land are exceedingly graceful and
some cf them are very elaborate and
varied in movement and gesture.
Robert Yap, formerly manager of
the Chinese baseball team, has just
finished an engagement with the play,
The Yellowjackef and is now with
another company playing the same
' Rex Hitchcock, at. everybody knows,
played a star tackle on the Harvard
team. He was one of the mainstays
of the champions, and the choice for
the captaincy, at last accounts, was
between Hitchcock Nand Stover, the
other tackle. Atherton Gilhiun made
the Harvard freshman team this year.
He stands six feet two and is a strap
ping big young fellow who. has a fu
ture in football. v-
Joe Kekuku, one of the hapa-pake
boys. ha3 a company consisting of
George Nahaolelua, one of the Heen
dots ana Miranda Kalalutii. Kekuku
has perfected the steel playing on the
guitar and commands a big salary.
David Kaleikoa. who is with tbe Cllis
Aiier a very siif rcssful toi
Maui, the members of the ca
the roaches of The Revolving!
Wedge," the play given by the stu-t
dents of the t'ollei;e of Hawaii, re 1
turuL'u io nonoiiuu tins morning on
the Maima Kea from Lahaina.
The play was presented on four
different nights before appreciative
auditnees and their work was better,
it was said, thaojthat cone Tn Hono
lulu recently. The members of the
company left Honolulu on the Clauil
ine, Friday, December 27th, and ar
rived at Kahului on -Saturday morn
ing, after a rather rough trip. Part!
of the company was entertained dur
ing their stay in that part of Maui'
uy .Mrs. Aiken and her son, Dr. Ai
ken, at their home in Kahulul and
of the. company was
at the Maui hotel.
wailuku. On Saturday night the
first performance of the play was
Lie Dili Manase whn frm.Hv B en . ai a ana everytning went
cn the Honolulu oolice fnroe h hf" wlthout a slagle .hitch. The stu-!
Rincinp- vvifh r u,!, aent actors were confrontexi by sev-!
- n rr v . . "mh- Hie liattaiuil 1 - i. , . .
tn uujiautics ai:i;u as n laCK Ol
sivtiicij auu ioui uctumuiuuaiions at
LAST NIGHT OF
' THE GREATEST '"TYPE" PLAY EVER STAGED.
"Mrs. Wiggs of the
AN IDEAL CAST A GREAT PRODUCTION
BETTER THAN EVER
A GOOD BILL
FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE AT POPULAR PRICES.
Miss Brissac in Her Favorite Role
Full Cast of 24 People
Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c
PRICES: 10c. 20c. SOc
: .10c and' 15e
A- Q J; .v a, A S--A $ A ft A. ft ; 2 A !
iir.w i oum-j-i-vs- oc remainder
ii..n Ai,.i,.t ct v---..!. .- i actoirmodated
ivuiitci aim syj lYUUaUaUUI are
aiso in v niiaaeipma and have a
?oire .if I he Hawaiians, however,
have sU;rk to the sea. Joseph Paa
luhi went io London on one of the
American-Hawaiian 6tcamers. with a
s penal cargro of cotton frm the
Fouth; Henry Kaai is a fl
same fleet, as i:s .lnsen:i vit.nit
dancers made with the play. Moke crowd' ,s ful,y as sood with this rtl
; . ivaiawet a Honoiniu bar. i tm(t 01 piaymg.
to be the most graceful hula dancer ' Davld Manaku, Henry Hart and j
who has ever appeared on the main- Charlie Clark are with the "Waltz j
land. -TheiSlngirur ia chArmimr Dream" comDanv. on the road. .
una Kea," air which f was told ' had Solomon Hiram, who formerly .Irove the
been composed by one of the Kewalo a aclt here and waa one of the lead
girla, helps to make the final scene in8 Democrats when nobody but Pal
and tableau, dramatic in the extreme mr Woods, Willie Kinney and Joe
Ben Waiwalole and Walter Kolomokii SpiUer composed the party, has u
are the others with "The Bird." musical organization now out in Se
July Paka. who was one of th f?r attle. Jim Shaw is with him. David
of the Hawaiians to go to east, is Nape, James Knlolia, and Frank Fer-jthe
rirraiy established in the show busi- reira, son of the former assistant hack
ness. "Toots" Paka. his wife, is a inspector, are also showing out Seat
headllner and though not a native, is tie-way.
admitted by the Hawaiians to have Mekia Kealakai and Joseph Kulolio
learned the dance quite well. Alphon- are playing in Los Angeles; Robert
so Jones was with the Paka company, Nawahine and David Makuakane in
which was on the road when I left the' Portland; John Padigon at ' Sacra men -east
Dick Reuter, formerly the star to and John Paokalani, Joseph Pa and
pitcher for the old Kam baseball Joseph Kalaina are in San Francisco.
..v. onu, nuu wu ior awni;e out rieury .uanu tuiu juuiiiy nn-Rs w fie i v oimn a yeoman on the same
is now located in Los Gatos, Cal. playing an engagement in Omaha un-j Vessel. I helk ve. Oh! I forgot ' to
At a great reception to Cardinal der the management of Walter Smith. . say ti.at fat Campbell Hoapiii and
Jirley. the noted Catholic prelate, not Walter Gifford. however. Wil- -M. Campbtll llaopiii are American
Vhlch took place in New York, eight- liam Holoua is a musician in Roston. I Hawaiian sailors,
een Hawaiian boys played and sang. ' Joseph Puni is now in Philadelphia,! r.aiik Rowland is a fish merchant
s' It was one of the features of the , planning to get up a musical act. He ' in Bi-tTalo. N. Y. Frank Yipm u n
.event. ' ;s one of the oldest or the Hawaiian;
In New York at one of the cafe ca- boys and is well known. Henry Ka j
haret shows there is a Russian girl makani has pone in for a ll'Ue mou ,
who is making a tremendous hit as a than the mere .musical end and is a ;
with some of
has had to retire temporarily at'leai', e ihere bUt th dlU not inter"
from, Public rife? lea-yere with the suceestfnl presentation
Philip KanohoMs doing splendidly,- ' P y
and his position is a picturesque and! Thfk second performance or "The
attractive one He is orchestra and 'Revolving Wedge" was given in Ka
band leader for Admiral Hugo Oster-j h,l,ui on Monday night, December
haus, commander of the Atlantic 50th- Tne Kahului people had heard
lleet, and is greatly admired not only of l,ie pla-v and turned out in num
ior his ability and success but for his'brs to witne.ss u, and tiiey all ex
retiring and unassuming ways. He I,ressed themselves entirely satisfied,
will finish his term in six months' 0n Tuesday morning the company
and then expects to join one of the ,eft Kahului for a trip up Haleakala
Trllic clniri'nir swxnn n 7 .... ... 111. ftp r thA criiiilo na nf Tr ;i'an Ttttt..
played a star part when President' Aiken and Bertram Aiken. The com-!
Taft reviewed the fleet and was given pan' was entertained at Idlewilde,
a Dig reception. The splendid play- iaL niountain home of W. Aikeiii
ing of the men under him was much ' wnere tJuJ' sPent a very pleasant time j
cummentea upon. jiiue uu naieaKaia. weanesaay the
Made Good in Many Lines. party rode to the summit, from where
well as the native boys have done j iney viewed the wonderful crater and
their musical woik. which comes the scene around then. On Thursday
me party leri tuiewuae and returned
to Kahului. Thursday night the third
performance of the play was given at
Wailuku and was again a success.
Friday morning the company left
Wailuku for Lahaina. where the fourth
We feel most keenly our
responsibility to furnish
you with a clean and
Sharp , and watchful su
pervision of our produc
ing dairtet is constantly
maintained. We sec that
they are kept clean; tha.
the eattje are healthy;
that all conditions of
drawing, cooling and de
livering tHe milk; are in
compliance with strict
lYumf Yum!! -
"Don't be frightened! ' "Yum Yum"
is the name of a mighty pretty and
cute love story of Japan, told ay mov
ing picture. Tis goodl "Western
Waifs" is one of those films we all
like. Others: "Falling Leaves,"
"Billy and Bertie's? Wedding , Day,"
"Paccirtn rinl. Wkif A
j . ww.. g www. ...(r.v. hue
Winter i Mtllrnery 'at" Greatly1 redu J
Icea - -:,J:,- ,s
M I LTON
4' P ARSONS
:' ?;;- : - :
":: f .- rant henn HI .i g.
s second nature to them thov hin
not confined their efforts to that
single occupation. Fully seventy-five
!or cent of the hoys got east aboard
the American-Hawaiian fleet. Thev
shinned out of Honolulu in iho PA ll
and alter geting their discharges were'and ,ast Performance was given. While
able by decrees to er-t starts! inin at Lanalna tne entire comuanv
i . . Ant Aftn Ifi n1 1... 1 i.:-w
ii'uit? a;rreeaD e imp nr muc i
Lsrges Pacif.c Souvtnir
, Stort In tha World
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .1
' - GIVE US A TRIAL.
entertained by L. Weinzheincer. man-!
ager cf Pione?r Mill Company, at his '
home in Lahaina. This last perform- i
anc? of the play was undoubtedly the
best and most successful one given i
and a great part of the success was I
due to the kindness and generosity of !
.Mr. Weinz'neinier, who did all in his '
while Frank Andrew is a sailor. ', power to piovide for every want of!
Frank lokepa is at Ashurv Park ' pariy.
ing well with a moving picture show
and rumor has it that he is to marrv
a lirli white widow.
The I nired States navy has at
tracted some of the natives, too. for
Charlie Paehaole is second guniiers
mate on the battleshin Ininsiana nn.i
For the New Year festivities your table arrangements will
receive considerable attention. The Dinner Table reflects your
good taste and judgment, therefore let it be just so. We have
everything in china, glass ar.d silver to make the affair the
W. W. DIMOND & CO.
salesman for the Hawaiian ninpnimit.
IPtonle. o::t of New York. Henry j
is a ta'es:r;an out c.t San Fraii- j
irises, anu Davil Neil is a civil en-'
juineer tor the Chicago. Milwaukee &
, t. Paul railroad. Kd. Mon:goirery is
' i shoe salesman in Los Angeics. Hen-;
; iy Paaka has none to Alaska to work
v i'li the faliron auneiies. j
Inhn Kahak liili is a laborer in r
Philadelphia, wheie Ilan Kahea is do-!
'v. well. I heard, as a rn;;sic:an. !
t -ourse. the hoys 1 iiave men-1
ii'iu.! are nor the eni.v natives who
;'!( in i ie mainland, but are merely;
'hose whom ! met personally or else!
i'.rnfil about. San Francisco and l.os
Anpeles l.ae other hawaiians who;
tie in the musital world, and their,
popularity is a-sured. i
YOU'LL FIND IT AT THE HAWAII.!
At 12 o'clock last night the
boarded the Mauna Kea and
o'c'ock sailed for home.
The members of the party who
toured Maui with "The Revolving
Wedge" take this chance to thank
most sincerely Mrs. Aiken. Miss Ai
ken. Dr. Aiken. Mr. Worth Aiken. Mr.
and Mrs. Hardv. Mr. and Mrs. Field,
and Mr. Wcinzheimer for the cordial
way in which they received and en
tertained them while on Maui, ar.d
they also thank the other Maui people :
who did their part to support the piay.
h one that will hold its bristles
through years of use and re
main stiff, though flexible.
We have just unpacked a fine
assortment, including many
sizes and shapes from $1.50 to
$3.00 all hardwood backs.
now in .
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There's enoush variety to suit the
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pendent li I in service, made a ten-
strike, which is readily demonstrate!
by t!: superior (lass of photo plays
now beiiuj presented at the Hawaii."
Last evenine an interesting pro
vxi. was v. fil received. The pic
VHs r;'iit;-l from love to war.
"Written in Blood," a sirring melo-
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timable a few years henc:
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so that your print will be clear
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