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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 07, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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Tuesday Evening1, Oct. 12, at 8 o'clock Wednesday Evening, Oct. 13, at
And Wednesday Matinee at 3 o'clock
RETURNING HOME AFTER TRIUMPHAL TOUR OF THE MAINLAND, WHERE THEY WERE EN
THUSIASTICALLY GREETED IN EVERY CITY AND TOWN VISITED. PRAISED BY THE LARGEST
AUDIENCES EVER GATHERED TO HEAR A MUSICAL ORGANIZATION.
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With "The Mexican's Oiatltudc"
film the Art Theatre Is iiB-ulivuys to
the front In the moving llctnre line;
In that usldt fiom urtl.ttlc merit, anil
clcnriiess of detail us :i Dim, 1 lie luut
ivincbeiitpil thereby In ono wliiili
liuin uc;tlunlir.( to end tituncls and
holds tho keen Intucst of nn -ind'onci-ug
few olheis coulil do. Tim whole
tlivinu Is replete with Inluiiiely di.i
malic situations and climaxes .Inf. ,i
lima outline "I tho story us depicted
limy not be out of place ut ttiM June
litre, for tho benefit of prospective
pultons of today's prosiam. Tl i the
old, old (jet over now) story of lov.
mid Jealousy, Into which Is .o en an
cMitnpIo of Krutltudo U'm-u.il In II'
Intensity and devotion, Tluoimh nils
tnken evidence n jount; de-sci U jc
cused of horso stonlliiK In fact it
found "with tho kcoiIb on him." nn 1
In all Innocence of vvitint d lns it
Unit. Tho story Is laid hi the "wild
nml woolly Wont. Wo are all la-
miliar with tho punishment meted nut
In a "boss thlcr In tho con punchers
doninln nml this case Is no exception
to tho rule, "ilr. .Mexican' is saved
limn a lion Id death Just n the nlcl; nt
time, I'lvo jours Inter llio man who
tunes tho Mexican boy's life flnils 111 in
lelf In the hands mid at ilui mcicy of
u J"alous rival for tho hand mid hunt
of his sweetheart. Tho hei-i Is nbcnl
"nil In" when tho Mexican, thriniuh ,i
lot ii card, iccoKiilzeB hh lesrucr of
live Jiars befoiu mid Ilium dhitol;
"Kets biiby," anil to such giod purpoe
that he tuius the tables fir hi ciin
boy filcnil, thereby hiivIim tho luvei
to his maid. Tho wlinlo story U
fraught with di.iuiatlc Inter M of lb
highest order and cumin fal, to di.iw
U'cord houses nt each session.
"TAFT'S OWN BAND."
President Taft showed himself a
nmn of discernment when, ns Philip
plno Commissioner, ho requested Cap
tain Loving to oiganlzo n baud thai
would bo lit to bo heard iiround tin
world. I.ovlug hud tho rawest kind ol
liiatt.-il.il to woik on but ho has made
good. As tho leader of a hand 111 a
colored icglmeut and as n graduate of
. tho National Conservatory of Music
In Ilostou he know tho "How and
Why of music." Ho knew tho differ
ence between music nml nolso mid
mado nil his musical mind to gio the
former. Ill success wus Instantan
eous mid his reputation, with that of
Ms eighty-four hoys, extends from the
Philippines In all directions. Taft
wanted something exceptionally good
for ills Inauguration. He wanted to
show tho peoplo In tho cfleto Il.ist that
his Judgment of the character of the
Filipinos mid their nuscoptlblllty In
tialnlng was nil light hh he sent Tor
tho baud In come to Washington and
march In tho pi occasion. The organ
Vlzallon Is Just returning fiom tho trip
having given toncerts In tho leudlns
Cities of tho United States nml Can
ada hIiico March 1. Tho people of Ho
Unstinted praise from
the Concert will be on sale at the
nolulit are to have a chmicc to hear
these musicians next Tuesday oven
Inn nt the Orphctim mid If the trans
IHirt nil Ives on time they may hear
It In the afternoon, Tha sale of seats
hi'Klus at tho Orpheum at 10 o'clock
on Saturday nioriiliiB for tho first con
cert. CARTER AT OPERA HOUSE.
The sale of seats for the Carter en-
RiiRemont nt the Opera House opens
this mornliiK nt llcrRstrom's.
Carter & Company will arrive on tho j
Mongolia, icnnilnlnK until the depart
Pie of the AoraiiKl for Australia five
tn d later, so the engagement will be
a short one.
This Is Mr, Carter's third tour
nroiiud tho world and tho reputation
he him made Is such that I1I3 entire
lour Is booked solid under absolute
Caller now enjojs tho reputation of
helm; the meatest maglcaii of the ago,
Ms perfoi malices being wonderful,
III New Yoik and Chicago, wheio
Cniler played to packed houses, the
pi Ice of seats for oichcstra was $2,
so tho people of Honolulu can congiat
iilato themselves nt being able to tco
the ranie heie at $1,
Thero will bo but four more per
formances by tho Wise mid Milton
company nt the Orpheum, ns they
leave for HHo next Tuesday. Tho
company has made good in every par
ticular for tho performances hno been
fur above any vaudeville that has ever
been seen her, Tho men and women
of the company aro good comedians In
nil that the term Implies, for they
slug nml dance quite mclrily. If any
one wants n night of genuine) fun tt Is
llio Orpheum company that will supply
It. Tho pilco of admission Is so small
that It Is not worth mentioning, but
the quantity and quality of the show
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
Sum K. Nnlnn.i Is tlin clover llnwnl
Inn who originated tho novel dance
hall In tho wnvcrley liulldlng ami he
has brought It to a successful stage.
Tim nhirn hnu linen well nutriinlzpd In
itio local peoplo ns well as many or
he vIMtlng sailors nml ofllcers of the
battleships. Thu order maintained nt
tho Wnvcrley Is excellent and tho class
of peoplo nltendlng tho dances Is a
guarantee- that It will continue. "In the
same old way." Mr. Nulnoa Is tho
leader of tho Kawalhau Quintet Club,
ono of the best musical organizations
In tho Terrltoiy mid tho music Is fur
nished by It, Tills Is a guarantee of
Kor two months tho pollco or
.N'nslivllle, Tenn., have been puzzled
by , tho "odorless drunk" whoso
hieath does not betray his condition,
N'cnily nil who havo been nrrestcd
anil pi oved "odoilebs drunks" said
they had taken "heetctte." i
Hail Oiey, governor geneial of
Canada, iimrowly. escaped death
when he was lost and wandered for
hours one night in tho wilds nt tho
noithwest. A rescuing paity found
The World - Famous
MINOR CHANGES IN
Trustees Fill Several Vacancies
Caused by Resignations and
Other Causes Student Com
STAXFOKD UNIVKUSITY, Sept.
IS. At the last meeting held by tho
board of tiustecs In San Kiancisco,
tho following changes were made
In the faculty:
W. P. Thompson, grndunto of the
University of Washington, will fill
the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of It, II Richardson In tho de
partment of entomology and bio
nomics. Miss Maigntct Post will take tha
position vacated In the registrar's
(iMlco by Miss Atherton, who Is now
Miss Hnnlet Cnolidgc will take
tho position of Hiss Susan II. Urls
lol, vvlio wilt ho deputy statistician
to the stale lion id of health under
W. C. Horn will hc ns assistant of
the shops and In the department of
Miss Sadie Keen will be sccrctnry
and llbiailan lu the department of
geology and mining.
W. J, Croo kbits been appointed
assistant and storekeeper In the de
partment of mctulluigy.
II, W. Mnloney Is now physical In
structor In tho Knclnn gymnasium.
hltclaw Held will represent
Stanford in the coming Inaugura
tion of Dr. Lowell ns picsldent of
Harvard, October G.
Dr. T. I). Williams was appointed
medical ulllccr on the committee of
public health, and taken charge of
the work of the medical supervision
of tho campus fur tho year.
Miss Kleunor lliincroft of llerkoley
will be assistant medical adylsor.
Pi of. A, C, Whltnker has been
grunted .leave to icpiescut Stanford
it tho meeting of tho national tax
iusuclntlou to bo held n St. Units
rrors. A. c. Huston, A. M. Calh-
cait and .1. W, Illnghnm of the law
depaitment, have been nt woik on n
volume entitled "The Populnr Kncy
clopedla of Amorlcan law." Tho
editor In thief of the edition short
ly lo he published Is Dean J, P.
Hull, who Is nt the bend of tho Chi
cago law school and who was for
merly In the law depaitment of
I., Craven, '01), hns been nwnrdod
(ho scholarship offcicd by the liar-
viii ! Club, Cm ven will tuko up tho
study of Invv in llarvuid law schuol
l'or Ilia In-Lt essay wilttcu on the
subject, "Intel-national Aihitrullou,'
by mi uiideigruiliiute of an Alueilcnn
university, the l.uke Mohoiik con
ference on International ni lilt i at on
will give a prize of S1U0, Thu es
Iionomjlu, t. ii., tiiuiisday, ocr. -, 1009.
WILL APPEAR AT
the Pacific to the Atlantic and back
Orpheum Theater Saturday Morning, Oct. 9, at 10
say must be under MOO words and
must reach the secretary, II, C. Phil
lips, Miihonl; Lake, by March IS,
President Wilson of the sopho
more class announced tho names of
tho cotillon nnd ylay committee last
Play committee: 1". M. Itusscll,
chairman; J. W. Howell, II. n. Per
son, C. I.. Schaupp, C, II. Illchnrd
son, Miss V. M. Wntlclns, Miss I. M.
dower, Miss (!. Chllds, Miss M. (.
Cotillon committee: S. K. Dixon,
chairman; C.-.lt. Nunnn, T. L. Cole
man, M. K. Grimes, II. I.. Hubbard.
Miss II. . Spalding, Miss It. M.
Crlppcn, Miss II. Ncal, Miss P. M.
Smith, Miss II. Sobcy.
Tlie annual hnivest festival effnit
of the Salvation Army emps will bo
concluded by n sale of goods next
On Saturday evening thero will bo
n "harvest lionic," for which the
hall will bo suitably decorated, and
the gifts and doods displayed.
Sunday evening's program will
consist largely of harvest songs by
the Juniors and young people.
Monday evening thero will bo nn
auction sale of goods nnd refresh
ments of Ico cieam and cake.
A mortgage on a cat Is not often
hca.nl of. However, tho other day
there was filed In the iccoulcr's of
flco at Cnlumhtri. Ohio, n chattel
moitgugc, the consideration of which
was 120. The propel ty on which
tho money wns seemed was describ
ed ns "n rut called John."
.bulletin Businesr Olhce Phone 250
RuJlftin Kditrial Room Thon lfl5
Hawaiian Opera House
J. C. Cohen Presents
Master of Magic
And the World's Greatest
AND AN ABLE COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11.
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.
Prices 25c to $1.00
Reserved Seats at Bcrgstrom Mu
sic Co. ,
SHOULD THE TRANSPORT ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH ON TUESDAY THERE WILL BE A MAT
INEE AT 3 P. M. ONE CONCERT WILL BE A SYMPHONY, AND IT WILL BE THE FIRST TO BE
GIVEN HERE BY AN ORCHESTRA OF THIS SIZE.
For the Benefit of the
Will Be Given at the
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9
at 8 p. m.
Admission . . .
.$1.00, 75c, 50o
Tickets rar-y be had at Bercstrom
TO BE SEEN AT J ,11 J
THE B0NINElH,h,and Park
I HLri UVMlIlllrfiHOTEL STREET. NEAR BETHEL.
IN HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK.
and many others of local and general
ADMISSION. . . .10, 15 and 25 cents
Beautiful New Hats
Now on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Bcretania.
J. Abadie, Prop,
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10:30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15c
SUNDAY, OCT. 10.
J. A. C. vs. C. A. C
U. S. M. C. vs. KALIHI
First Game of Second Series.
Seats 10c, 15c, 25c
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers,
stc, manufactured by the Dullotla
Wise & Milton
MUSICAL COMEDY AND
, VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
THE BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW
IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY
TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN.
Admission 10c. Reserved Seats 20
and 30 cents.
Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Fort Street, Below Beretania.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
Ihe Moving ''
WILL BE A SURPRISE TO YOU.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
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