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PROGRAM AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
buiiio Kirn ol UK' iiijfU rlims, utlnl
ntul tucntnirf.)' irniiei nam. al tilings
ilouo l,y Curlvr, tliu mnniLi.iu. who i
10 iippi'iir lit llio Oiora Homo IuiiIkUi
can lu nbtnliii'il from ilm rollowlim re
lniHlufllon of IiIb piOKoim:
I'oriy minutes ullli lulmltiitilu Ciii"
terlti "A DutHiuct of M stories":
A. Itnphl ir.mslt.
II. lMpliui Miuitiiulatloii,
0. llnvhtum-il Cone m.d Ornniic.
li. Aerial cants.
!'. 'I he Antral Hand.
Oe IltcxliatiHtllile Hottle.
'I ho closer m nntcli llm ls Jim
n8 ftixt part coicUiJoh with "Tlio
Mngicnl Dlvurcp. ' which lis Iitorali
mill iiinlui.liiirlcally "out of elKltt." .'.
novel conceit In which a human
Iiik la nimlo i Instiinily jiiltli,
"Thu MmtorloH nfMlio Yogi,"
v.hlch the pet tiictinea or riiuiHuiimMi
anil SpIrllnallHtii nro ixilillc.l. "Can
Kiich tilings lie mill uVrciuiK' ii8 llku i
Allan Shaw, lucfcntlni; his modem
cicatlona In Digital Dexterity.
Corlnuc Carter, who iiiifolilu n mar
clini3 chapter from the iMipern.itiiral
In mi exhibition of thought trnnnfer
ence, or mentnl telepathy. The resul
of years of Btinly mill lemaich.
The secoml p.nt concliiilCH Willi the
liOttlhlcrlnK ntul -liowllcliliu llliislmi
entitled, "I'lyto," nn experliiient In
which the proiuilMon of the astral lioil
Special notice: You mo politely re
(iii-tiMl to kindly sIru your name In
lull to qticKllima written, to unaldi
Miss Carter to hotter Identify the
Carter. lniicrsoualliiK the fatnout
Chinese court niaKlclun, Chlng l.ln?
Too, wheieln the wonderful sorcerer
of China are Imitated and imperson
ated. Immense objects produced from
iinthlhgucsH, space annihilated, mar
oh In pace with the latest dlscoverle:
und Innovations of science.
The seats are nuw- on sulo at llet
Etiom's for tho eutlio eiiKascmeiit.
Tho Brcatest attraction that lint
been hero for an ago Is the great Con-i-tiibulnry
band tli.it appenrs nt the
Orpheum Theater tomonow night t
grand concert. Tho oigaulzatlon num
lerB eighty-four members, of whom
twenty-two nro bololsts. Tho rango m
niuslo rendered by the bind Is fron
tho most classical to the lopular
marches by well known composers
Tho program for the concert will i
the best In the repertoire of the luml
and the soloists lll be called upon tr
Tendered tho best they have. i:er
where It has been tho Cmistnliulai:
has been greeted by onthu"lalle an
ulences and from present lirllcallors
Honolulu will not bo an exception
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12, at 8 o'clock Wednesday Evening, Oct. 13, at 8 o'clock
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.
Unstinted praise from the Pacific to the Atlantic and back
Seats for the Concert will be on sale at the Orpheum Theater Saturday Morning, Oct. 9, at 10 o'clock
Reserved Seats, '- $1.00 Box Seats, - $1.25 General Admission, - 50c
84 ARTISTS 84 ARTISTS
Peals r.re on rale at tlio Oiplieunl
where they liny he had for one d' I tr
(Ink nil iiduilstdou will tic II,, cents
TinWstlit'B show piouilfes to he the
1'i'at shown In lnai.y wajs "In the Had
l-nmls." A t'llo of army life on the
liontler will he found full of extlllnt;
tceues and Is taken In the Daltotas
with n tioop of U. 3. soldiers and n
hand of Hloux Indians between whom
a IlKbt In the snow ensues. Others
will bo "A Timely Apporltluu" mid
H.imlKMi lliiulllbrlsts," taken In India.
Last but not least Wilbur Wright and
his llyltiK machine, which wns lately
rhown at Iho Park I1)Iuk III France
will be shown In the next step of his
triumph. tl li.'-r In Italy, nt which KIur
ndnaid of Knulnnd was present mid
the KIiik of Finland mid the KlnK of
he Air lire shown toKetlicr. You can't
orfonl to miss this treat.
The program nt tho llunlna, on Ho
tel street under tho Alexander Young
Hotel, has the merit of cxclusUeness
for Mr. Hotline Is his own picture mak
er. He lias made slides of nearly ev
iry part of the wor.d, sometimes for
himself and olten as the representn
Ihe of tlio government. He shows at
his beautiful little theater some start
ling pictures of the volcano of Kllaiica
m action und yet oral Intel estlng vlewi
of Island subjects, The last steamer
brought him u number of mechanical
i.ildltlons to his well fitted place ol
.iiuiikcmcnl and these will be seen to
morrow for the flist time.
"Cricket On the Hearth." Tills Is n
pleasing domestic story well enacted
by n strong coihpany. Tho hero Root
to sea for three ears and upon hlf
letiirn finds financial matters eonfpll
tated; only to be straightened out by
tho man-luge of his sweetheart to an
old duffer old enough to be her daddy
lack 'learns of this upon his arrival nt
the dock. In disguise he. visits the
home of his sweetheart to find tho re
port only too true. Thtough tho as
ilstanco of his best gill's forn'ier chum
u meeting Is brought about at the home
of this chum, who, by the way, has u
husband nnd llttlo one of her own, Tho
liiitli.'inil Jumps nt conclusions (eggid
on by tho Insinuations of the old get;
tlemaii who Is to mnrry .lack's girl)
and Imagines nil sorts of wrong doing
on tho part ot his wife. Tho linshand't
druggie with himself during the small
hours of the night Is touching In the
extreme, and his acting Is tho ordin
ary. A happy denoument Is brought
about Just ut tho critical moment mid
t cn the old squire presents the boti
quel and cake ho had secured for his
own wedding to Jack mid tho girl he
had expected to marry.
Tho man or womtm who bumps the
bumps In tho skating rink and who
does not get tho satisfaction he expects
for his money, can find It at tho High
land Park, whero tho chance for u
hump mid n slldo was never better.
The wheel Is mi Innovation and Is en
Jojablc, to thoso who do not mind It.
IS ISSUE, HE SAYS
Technicalities Must Not Set It Aside,
Argues Lawyer for Rudolph nnd
Clous Cites Judge's Own Rul
ins. ' Ot Kt dishing;, ntlomey Tor John
D. nnd Adolph Spicckels In. the fight
ocr tho Spieckols millions, began
wlmt piomlses to be nn exbnusthe
argument boforo Superior Judge Cof
fee, snjc the San I-'randsco Kxum
Iticr, In answer to A. l Morrison,
ntlorney for Utidolph and Clans A.
Sprockets, who contended thnt the
trust clnusp of Clmts A. Sprockets'
will was Invalid.
Attorney dishing contended that
by Implication It was Incumbent
upon the trustees to convert the
renlty Into cash for. division. As n
i emit, the lawyer said, tho trust
was tho same as n personnlty trust,
and there wns no similarity between
It nnd tho trust created by the Kalr
In the opening ot his argument
Cushlng laid stress upon tho rule
Hint where thcio nro two ways of
Interpreting n testament thnt Inter
pretation which will picvcnt Intcst
nry Is preferable. He ndded that In
case of doubt courts will hold thnt
the language of n testament provides
a lawful trust. Wills, the attorney
contended, were to be literally con
strued to effectuate the Intention of
Cushlng died one of tho Judge's
own decisions, which he said upheld
his argument. The fact, tho lawyer
said, that n man makes n will proves
ho does not wnnt to leave any por
tion of his estato bc)ond tho opera
tion of his will.
Cushlng said thnt Morrison had
held that the will provided for a
physical division ot tho property
when, as a matter of fact. It wns Im
possible to illililo the estnto physi
cally. It wns necessary, said the
lawyer, to convert the property Into
ensh to divide It. This proved to
him that Iho trust did not conic un
der the rule laid down In tho Kalr
Cushlng pointed out thnt It wns
tho Intention of tho testator to mnko
no provision for John D. Sprockets
or Adnlph It, Spreckcls, becnusc, ns
ho snlil In his will, he already had
given them largo portions of his es
tnto. a n :t :: n n n a jj tt
11,1s ccilalnly a source of fun to thoso
who look on.
Tills is tho "Hall of tho Dull Thud"
Hint has attracted more people In n
given time than any placo of amuse
ment In Honolulu, The floor surface
Is perfect nnd tlio pleasure of dancing
enlarged by tho presence, of a band of
music. The professional skntors are
wonders. Tho plnco Is open Sundays.
The World - Famous
Must Favor Testator.
etching's argument In bilcf wns
thnt the Intention of the testator
must be carried out If possible; Hint
every constiuctlon in fnwir of testa
cy must be p need on tlio will nnd
that unless It could be absolutely
pioved Hint thrie must be n physi
cal division the tiust wns valid,
Financial Burden of War Was Met By
Graded Levy That Took $34,003
From Man Getting $50,000.
Adachl Klnnosuko, wr'tlag In the
Worlds Work, sas that In 1907,
largely ns the result of tin1 7tr wlt.l
Russia, Japan found Itself under an
e.iormotis flncnclnl but den. J.ip.tn, !.u
m m. In moi e cartful than many na
tions to placo th liiirileii on thoso of
hit sons who nre Rblo to oear It with
greatest ojse. I'eneo hu Ingcilous-
y mded Hjsteui ot liicomn taxation.
Prior to tho wn the ptople wboi.o
Homo nmouiited to oi exceeded $j(.V
itdl) per annum pnM S3 per cent of It
.( tho government. It 'km rnlsu'
about CS per cent through a special
axatlon law at the tlmo of tho war.
Let us pause ,long enough to explain
hat people In, Juran with $fifi,00n n
year or moie nro iiskod to hnnd over
to the government TJH.OOd of It.
Of course It Is Mnded t'uwn ro that
n l.wn of n j early Income of 1300 pays
bout 1" pep cent. Tioir. this It mny
l-o easy to see Iho ie.isf.ii Thy we
manufacture very few millionaires. On
n ncrage, the po, la of .'i pan pay
..I nut 30 per con; of their 'el tucifiuo
In taxation In on foiui or nr.othcr u
tnr.ntln which wruM civ.ilo o rovolu-
l,iin In Huropc or Amen'"'; In 21 hours.
.Mill It Is under such flnrinttal stri.lii
that since tho Itusslnn war Japnu has
Increased her army about three tlmcB
and hor navy In efficiency three times.
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 Bergstrom Mu
WILL APPEAR AT
For the Benefit of the
Will' Be Gi"en at the
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 0
at 8 p, m.
Admission $1.00, 75c, 50o
Tickets may be had at Benrstrom
TO BE SEEN AT
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 Beretania.
7. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
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.
Last Performance of
Wise & Milton
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Vaudeville and Moving
Great Film of
THE MARATHON RACE.
Fort Street, Below Beretania.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
HUNTING BIG GAME IN
RETURN OF THE ARMONS.
Saturday, Monday and Friday.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
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; Skate, 15o
HOTEL STREET, NEAR BETHEL.
Twenty Laughs -A
SUNDAY, OCT. 10.
1:30 P. M. .
J. A. C. vs. 0. A. C 1
U. S. M. C. vs. KALIRft
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.
Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Blank booki of all sorts, lcdzora,
te., manufactured by tho Bullotlo