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HONOLULU STABULLETIN, SATimiUTIARCH 4ta916.
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Mr. Marshall will explain, duplicate and expose many new puzzling mysteries of the Spiritualists.
RESERVE YOUR SJEAtfS EQR SUNDAY EARLY
Solid Week, Commencing Monday.
An All New Show
In a Carnival of Mystery Exposes;
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Program changed Monday, Wednesday and, Friday
A Big Time Vaudeville Feature ; V
George Rowley & Ruby Tointou
Singers, Dancers and Specialty Artists
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' 7TH EPISODE
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-Fhe California Duo
r""" - in A SCENE OF SONGS AND' DANCES.
v j NOTE -In future th policy of tbl theater wiUe tp chajnae
thetr program every Sunday and ThuHufi .I. . . .f . T "
- rrcp-ad for Sunday , to Thursday . evenings next" (inclusive) bjj
emcticual six-rart 4rama, .' . f - '
ll' " . ; . ',- A CIO 4-FEA.TURE CILM.. , . :y . ,
"I' z'.ne, if you will a precipice over one thousand feet jh'igli
(ret a Btrpre. precipice but one from God's .wonderland,, the great
F.crra-). 'Working, their way. along a buq-o. trail can be seen la the
. di tr.r.'V Jo1 n Newbold and hia newly acquired, wife. A crash, a slip-1
pins c' crth &cd before your very eyes you see Newbold's wife plunge
cc th:usrr.d feet beiow. - Horse, rider and all fall to destruction."
.Vrthis" happens in the first reel.;. There are live .other, reels
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By CLINTON PEDRICK.
A pleasant surprise ' to see Hob art
Bob worth on the screen with, Ilsie. .
Girls, take notice! -Harold, Lock
wood haa Just ;t signed 4 up, with-, the
Lasky" Company, whi nieansja! reg
ular, appearance Jn Honolulu In , Its
productions.. You know, Harold is the
handsomest young man In fllmdom.
;;V. FOR THE LAST TIIID ";. ,
; V ;Y COimTG SUNDAY
:: X The Great Fox Feature ,
Vith BETTYlTAirSEN V The Royal Actress1';
irATIirZ-S TODAY 1 : THIS' evening
v,12:K. and 2:15 : ShowsCO and 8:30 J
AT ' NATION AL THE.
l?afl Room, Fsincy and Toe Dancing,. ' Social Child
ren 's Class;: 12 lessons for $5.00. ; ': j ; : v
Telephone 2873" for appointments, 9 to 12 a. m. .
, Preparations for the great Geraldine
Farrar film. "Carmen," are already un
der way'At- the. Liberty, The,.liuge
proaucion js. siaig .ip. rvn.an en.iir?
week being'4ne first, time this haa
happened since, the adoption of Para
mount - plcturer at .the big Nuoanu
, Victor .Moore, comedianj.ja'nW puV
ting, f orthi Jlia best -efforts . in. his new.
play, "Elevatlngv a , 'Rusband.'' I Prom
his experiences we have at hand. It Is
obvious he knows ' all. the angles of
the game, so Honolulu, husbands had
betterv prepare - a stag, -party at the
theater when this picture arrives.
Hazel Dawn and John Mason ap
pear next week as co-stars in'The
Fatal Card.? It Is a rare occasion to
see two stars of such individual 1m
portance presentea lomuy in. one
photo-play, which Is a five-reel adapta
tion of one of the most forceful
dramaa erer prpduced . Mr, Mason
scored a4 decided hlr in Honolulu last
year, in, "Jim the Penman." Aside
fiom the strong. casti- the many high
strung climaxes have taxed the best
efforts of the -Famous Players Com
pany ia handling this, play, .wbijch-, is
one of the most difficult ; tasks ia-the
art of stagecraft. The Fatal Card"
is booked for the Liberty for, three
caytr, beginning next-Tbnrsdayr "
One week from tomorrow Pauline
Frederick will appear In '. "Zaza a
production wiich, with All ; her,, emo
tional capabilities, has' completely un
nerved her. The marvelous sympathy
with which the star has . Interpreted
the complex character., of the Paris
music hall . singer is' a .monument to
her-phenomenal histrionicr powers.. It
is one of the most exacting roles ever
created and it shall remain to the. un
dying credit of Pauline Frederick that
she has made of it the master work of
her career. "Zaia" isorie of the few
films that was saved from the ter
rific fire of the. Famous Players Com-
pany inNewyck City and It seem
ed, almost- hopeless that anything so
inflammable as that oi which films are
made could-withstand the heat, even
in thearoa. vaults which protected It
The production' cost over $ 40,000 and
it is with , mucTh rejoicing that the
Paramount Company is enabled - to
send it over Its-long circuit of thea
ters. .Cv ' 'w -v'"-
In' less" than two weeks Little Mary
Pickford will be on4 the screen here
again with some new stunts. -Her
play, "A Girl of Yesterday.- Is a little
out of the ordinary for Little Mary.
Her many admirers will have an op
portunity- to see her In ; the thrilling
role of companion to the internatlon-
Col. WalteriH: Chatfield Feted
on 1 25th ? Anniversary ; of r
1 . Creating By Cpngrgss ,; "
' f Special 8Ur BulJetln CorrMpo'sSeoe) '"
. FORT SHAFTER March 4. The
2nd Infantry last evening held itsan
nuar dinner on" the' sl'th. floor' of the
Toun'g Hotel.lii the banquet room and
practically alU of ' thebfflcers . of the
regiment were present. ; The; dinner
commemorated' the 125th anniversary
of the "grand : old second,'' as it was
created-.Jby.aQfs, pfD5ngess on3Iarch
was the guest of hpnorand, tie; dinner
was ia the mature qX a farewel to the
colonel, whtf retires -for age, by; operas
tion of law one, weeklfrom. today, j :
J The - officers .assembled", on the I roof
garden at 7:?0. o'plpcfc and to, tne
strains ol ."AtLnie-Lailriej'.Vhe. regi
mental song: for more. than'a.century
played by the regimental band; march
ed by couples to the dining room. The
tables were In the form of a U with
Colonel Chatfield at the head .with his
staff, Captains T George -H- Jamerson
and A. C. Knowles and Lieut-col. Bl
W. Atkinson and Major Michael J.
Lenihan, while the other officers were
seated on botti sides of the tables.
Attractive Place Cards.'
An attractive Japanese place card
marked , eachi place, ' while the menu
had the regimental coat of arms on the
front and two verses of. "Annie Lau
rie", on the batfk; Red and green was
the- color, scheme; used and- numerous
French baskets filled with? African
daisies and maidenhair fern tied with
"red, white, and blue" ribbon were on
the tables; . , V '". v, v M
Throughout the dinner the regimen
tal band played : appropriate music
and added much to the evening's en
joyment Captain William B. Cochran
was -toastma&ter and -handled it m a
most capable manner.' .. MaJoi Leni
han, who. has been' a. member of the
regiment longer than, any other, pres
ent, having been a first lieutenant in
1894 in the 2nd, delivered a most im
pressive speech,: and in glowing words
gave the hlstoTy of the regiment
Lieut; Benjamin F. .McClellan told
"How they did-it in the 2ad Division
In. Texas. ' 1 : ' '
Captain George H:. Jamerson adju
tant, gave the history of the selection
of ; "Annie. Laurie" as the regimental
song, and Colonel B. W. Atkinson in
most appropriate words toasted Col
onel Chatfield and Captain John Ran
dolph toasted T"he Ladies." Captain
A; C. Knowles and Lieut Thomas L.
Crystal delivered appropriate speeches
and Colonel Chatfield responded to his
toast i J -ii ' '. ' ; " ;!:
Several Ori Mainland. 1
t'A full attendance of officers was not
present, due to the fact that several
are on leave of absence on the main
land while ' Colonel Ctiarles." S: iLln?
TOln"as at Hllo'pn' a tour of Inspec
tion of the .National Guard, and Cap
tain Paul B. Malone and Lieut Paul
R. Manchester were sick and unable to
attend." . .
'Every one present declared it "a
most successful and delightful even
ing, and it will be an occasion long re
membered by alL ' Throughout , the
evening songs were sung -by Major
DashlelL Captains Cooke and Hart
shorn an'dLieuts. Calder, Cohen. Wit
seirand - Holliday, all joining in the
chorus. . Much credit for the success
of the, evening is due to Major Leni
han, Captain Cochran and Lieut Fred
endall. who were on the arrangement
Those at the Dinner.
The following are the officers of the
2nd Infantry who attended the dinner:
Colonel Walter H. Chatfield, Lieutr
coL Benjamin W. Atkinson, Major
Michael J: Lenihan, Major William R,
Dashiell, Captain George H. Jamerson,
Captain- Otto B. Rosenbaum, Cap tal t
William B. Cochran, Captairt Thomas
Rl Harker, Captain Eleutheros H.
Cooke,' Captain Charles L. ; McKain,
Captain Alden ; C. Knowles, Captain
Edwin S. Hartshorn. Captain John
Randolph, 1st Lieut Claire R. Bennett,
1st Lieut Robert M. Lyon, 1st Lieut
Benjamin. F. McClellan, Thbnjas L.
Crystal, : Joseph A. McAndrew, John
B. Richardson,1 Clyde R. Abraham,
Lloyd R: Fredendall, Frederick A. Bar
ker. Alfred H.- Hobley and 2pd Lieuts.'
Frank A. Sloan, George M. Halloran,
Thomas J. Camp, Ralph C. Holliday,
Adrian K. Polhemus. Theodore W.
Martin, Edward F. Witsell, Carl A,
Hardigg, Carl L. Cohen, Robert G,
Calder, Douglass T. Greene, Charles B.
Lyman and . Wood fin G. Jones and
Lieut John S. Sullivan.
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A big production in Magnificent Japanese Costumes and
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Matinee Prices 15 and 25 Cents
the part of Miss Pickford, for she
frankly . states that, the" most, pleasant
rart of her work before the camera
was, in company - with. Glend1 Martin,
soaring, far abd vd the sky-scrapers of
New. York.- ; '
Jesse L. Lasky, "our greatest pro
ducer, was complimented the other
dayupon his efforts, beingtold that
the . exhibition of his , output meant
sure success for, the theater. He took
immediate exceptions to the state
ment saying that his pictures were
less than half of "sjre success. Music,
he. staled, formed the balance, ot tber
necessary- successful." plement .Mr.
Lasky is right' The--big .feature thea
ters are all striving to obtain is music
to fit the picture, but.il is v an uphill
grind. Every day the m'uslca, accom
paniment becomes less oajhlt pr miss
siiair ana more or an ar.t.. , i nere are
ally famous aviator, Glenn Martin, in . at present numerous-specialists enl
ptoyea oj : ue greac producers. vnose
w ork is to fit music . to the'; picture.
The Paramount ComPany,y for, in
stance, is now sending rwith eachsub
ject a complete score, wJth :aU cues,
adapted for pipe', organ or- orchestra
with an aim to em'pliaslre, every.detail
with suitable , melody; The, recent
master musicians . convention- In- Loni
don- called - for a definition-- of music.
The one selected from over 400 sug-
some'. daring aeroplane flights. Glenn
nas just made anotner nying trip to
New Torkv. where he is negotiating, an
other, episode for Tils career in the
movies. .. Parts j of the film in which
Glenn Martin previously appeared
were destroyed in.the Fanjous Players'
fire and had - to be; done over.. Little
Mary lost all her valuable wardrobe,
H aa did' man?' other Famous- players.
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j i r ur vuve mere was no oojecuon on
gestlons was "Music is an effort of
the,: soul . to speak." We may take
this right home, as. .the motion picture
is absolutely without , a soul when
there Is no music, or, when Improperly
accompanied. Beginning: two weeks
from tomorrow all Paramount pictures
shown in Honolulu .will be presented
with music, ranging, from; a Liszt
rhapsody down, to a rag, at the sug
gestion of the specialist who has pre
pared the score. ; ,
Hares, horses and. giraffes are bet
ter able to see things behind - them
without turning, their heads than any
Qther,quadrupede3y.,. ; ; - '
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