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EVENING UULLKTIN, HONOt.UMJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY", l)i:i id, "00.
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And See Our Latest Thing in the Way of
They arc so simple Hint even a
Canary can use tlicm without dan
per. While you arc looking at this
Air Ship just look over the windows
loth on Fort and King streets nnd
see if they do not interest you.
We have lots of things that you
will want this week when you do
jour Christmas shopping. Do not
forget that wc have room in onr
windows for but a few samples of
oui large and varied stock; also
keen in mind that wc want you to
come in and make yourself at home
anywhere in our big- building, ex.
amine our stock nnd get our prices,
whether you happen to want any
thing or not.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
has been a record-maker in this store, marking nn epoch
in our business experience in Honolulu. The phenomenal
vnluc which characterized individual sales showed the real
buying power of a. dollar nnd distinguished this shop from
the t others. These values will continue during 1910.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.
PIPES and CIGAR BOXES. MATCH SAFES. SHAVING
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
All goods guaranteed as represented. .Prices arc right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
AH the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the greatest care
h exercised in all stages of the work. Prices low.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Prop.
238 Berefania Street. Telephone 1401
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
1028 Nuuann St.
Ja Ifft 'vi 1
C77n . .
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Is n .
nii go ann
from Inline. It
nay tao you n long lllncsi. And It
you are nut going an ay, keep It wllli
you, alw.ijj, In tho home.
It.tlio licit family medlclno you can
Imvo. A tliorough course of treat
ment with It make" good red blood,
brings tlio old color back to tlio lips,
lllli out tlio clicuks, uiul give! tbe
glow of porfect health.
l'crliaps )nit surfer from tlio en
fcsbllng elToct of n prolonged spell of
warm weather. If so, Ayer'i Sanapa
rllla will vitalize or blnuil nml give
you renewed foico, vim, nnd energy.
A iit mtnlv, Jyer'n Sitrmi-'
imrlllii vontulim nu iihiihnt.
Tlioro aro many imitation
Bo suro you got "AYER'S."
fi.p.r.l k Dr. 1. C. Anr k C. , I...I1, Hi,,.. U.S.A.
ATXn'S FILLS, lkkttfn,llr lxllt.
Honolulu's musical season was usli
erod In last evening by tlio first nf n
icrles of concerts to bo given imtlcr
Hut tiusplces nf tlio Kllolinua Art
League. .The uiiilltorliim of IliKliop
Hull, I'uualiuu, was ciowded with n
most'appreclallvo iiuillonc i, uiul lover i
of Schubert compositions.
One coulil almost Imagine hltmclf
in New Yoik Judging from tlio many
automobiles which lined either ahlo of
Iho broad drive leading up to tlio hall.
Aftui n glowing tribute to tin; com
poser hud been delivered, by Mts.
flank Atherton, who must hnvo spent
a grout denl of time nnd iittentlon in
arranging her paper. Miss Amies
Wlckstium rendered Schubert's Im
promptu N'o. i, On. 00 in n brilliant
fashion. Her rchdltlon of ."l)u Illsl
die Huh," fairly brought tho house
down by her delicate touch nnd e.v
The real star of the evenliiK wna
Mis. Allan White, who sniiK (Irclclivu
am Slun.ird nnd KrlkonlK, us out
one well veibed In the urt of voice cul
ture could produce Iho. beautiful mid
pathetic touches with which these
Kieat compositions tire replete. Every
word could be distinctly heard, nnd
the wonderful contiol Mrs. While hud
over her rich full voice elicited such
rounds of npplnusc that, hail time per
mitted nn encore would havo had ti
be responded to.
Miss Carolyn Sheffield nUo received
much applause for he-r piano boIos, nnd
her ipuilltlon nf Liszt's Ktude In I)
Klnt paused nulle a sensation by the
beautiful nnd feelliiK manner In vhlch'
she emphasized the delicate 'nnd dim
cult passages of this wonderful com
position, Htttk! Hmk, the Link, which
MUd Sliufflclil plnod earlier u tho
ovenlng prepared the audience for
whut was to como from this talented
nrllst later In the evenliiK.
Just before Cnesler I.lvliiRslon sans
nis soiiB cycie ny von i-ientz, Jlrs.
Krniik Atherton piefaced this with u
few remarks relative to the leal mean
ing of tho sons. This was Indeed nec
essary, ns to ninny Iho soiik would
havo seemed to bo so split up nnd
liieniiinclpss Unit It would hne been
difficult to foilow Its theuio hnd not
Voino brier explanation been forthcom-
liiK. Mr UvlURSlou Iiub u rich, strons
THE PARK ATTRACTION.
Tho Oiiiliinllc .Mirror. In speaking of
u mm that Is to be presented nt the
Pink Theater tonluhl, "The Prllico uiul
tho Pauper," sajs!
'TIiIb film has been looked forwntd
to with liimh lutciest. beeauio It has
been produced by urraiwemeiil with
Mark Twn n noil the leadlne dual roles
nie taken by Cecil Sooner. AlthoURh
we iiF.sumo Hint our readers nro famil
iar with the story we Rive It briefly, as
It Is condensed In the pantomime. The
pauper boy tit the Rate of the roya,
palace Is rescued from n riowil by the
prince. Tho two dlscowi that they
look wonderfully alike and the piltic
nroooiies chiiiiKlue costumes. Ills-
Kulred ns Iho pauper the prince rocs
out Into tho city and Is eized aim
whipped by the brutal father of tho
pauper. A friendly citizen iwciipm
him, but the father leRiilns possession
of him nnd iiu Is carried nwny to h!r.
hovel, lu the meantime the kliiR dies
nnd the pauper Is nlinut to bo crowned
kliiK .when the young prince, who has
iirbIii been rescued, returns to clnlui
him own. In spectacular settings mid
costumeB tho production leave's nolh
lug to bo desired. The stage maniKC
incut Is also skillfully handled uiul the
acting Is intelligent even if It Is Inc'r
lug In anything that approaches sub
Hnppy Jnck nml Miss Cooper at I lie
Novelty will continue to play before
crowded houses. The sketches they
put on nro 'In most Instances otlglnal
ones, played In scenes familiar to Ho
nolulu nudteiicei', and the opportunity
to seo something familiar never f.ill.i
to ntlrnct hereer put on. Thorn
singing nml-dancing though Is perhaps
the greatest pulling power because It
In In this Hint these two nrtlsts excel.
Within Iho next two weeks the Nov
elty will have almost n full company.
ns six girls nro coming on the first
boat that leaves San Francisco nfter
the first of the car. In the meantime,
the two lone uclors nro building a rep
utation for the Novelty that will In
sine full houses when the girls get
tt iiiiutt n n tt n tt t: u u t: t: n ::
voice, nnd sings with consid
erable feeling, but the acoustic proi
eitlcs weru not quite iiatlsf ictory
many of tho words being lost to his
The Sonata In K Major by Hnivle!
which It. J. !)uchly played on lib vio
lin, accompanied by Mrs. B. C. llor
ton, was another of the treats of too
evening. First the Ad'iglo wns given,
then tlio Allegro, closing with the '
soothing Lugo Mr. Illicitly brought'
tho cloning's entertainment to c
closo with Ilohm's I'erpetiium MoliiU
which was glen, by leanest, after
playfng the liee. by Sehubott, nnd!
Tranz Dnll.t's Vision, j
Tho Kllohnna Art League is to b?
cnngrntiilated upon the i-uccesa oi
Its first concert. Everybody t-eein"d
appreciative nnd all appeared sorry i
when the hist piece had been played !
mid tho stage bcame empty. I
r ru-na ii l)ie Rest Mctiicint in Iki
I RECOMMEND PERU-MA.
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MR. CMILE MAROIS.
Mil. r.MIM: MAROIS, 1870 Ontsrlo
street, Montreal, Canada, wrlteni
"After taking nlno bottles of I'eruna,
I find that I am cured.
'I still take It ocraslopntlr, For me It
It tho bent medlclnoln the world.
"1 have rocommcndcdlt to a number
Mr. J. O, Itervtis TcUctlcr, Dopt. de
I'Agrlculturc, Ottawa, Ontario, writes!
"Tho I'entim Is particularly efllca
cloiis In the cure of catarrhal afTectlont
of the lung and bronchial tubes.
"Six lioltlo cured me this winter of
bronchitis. I nm completely restored
mid I owe thanks to the Pcsiina,
"I have rccommondod this romedy to
a largo number of my friends mulcted
with the iiino trouble, and they have
verified my good opinion of this val
The vniidevlllo nt the Kniplre Is at
tracting largo crowds to this theater.
In nil there mo four people doing
turns there this week. Miss Gallon ts
klgnlng the Holy City with npproprl
ate stage settings. Tho Kahuliil tyvlns
nro finwunkorH that never fnll to stir
laughs fiom the audiences. May Vnl-,
luce and Uobbiu Way, old favorites of
Kmplre goers, nro showing that they
hnve just ns ninny uilmlierH now us
eer, nfter their several weeks' vaca
tion, Mn nil, with the good pIctiuiM
being shown. Hie Kmplre bill Is onu
or the bebt on the plctuiu circuit.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
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MONDAY next, JAN., 3rd
Combine gTcat efficiency with low cost.
Price $3.00 per Dozen
These Gem lamps will give you 20 per cent more lip;lit
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
1G c.p. lamp. Wc advise the use of these new lamps in
place of the regular 10 c.p. lamps.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly nil j
vith bath. Circulating ice water .
to each room. Built, equipued and
conducted to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks from Market St. i
Convenient to principal shops, thca-!
trrs and railroad offices. ' Omnibus
at all steamers. '
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 ier day up
With bath 2.00 per day up
meats tame a' note or a la carte
Management of Gus C. Larm.
Moonshine or rain, the dances at
Iho New Danco Hall on Ktikul street
aro given nightly nnd tho weather ts
rillowed In no wise to effect tho pleas
mo of nu evening spent there sight
seeing or dancing. The attendance of
the slght-seers Ik Increasing steadily
In numbers nu tho new place becomes
better known, ns It presents ona of
the best places In town lo study a
ciowd that Is thoroughly enjojiiig It-t-elf
ftee from the dictates of useless
II Is very toldum one has nn oppor
tunity of seeing such u varied nnd In-
lerestlng t-erliM of cluemnlogriphlci
photography as now being exhibited nt !
Tho Ilonlne'. Tho ll.' nnd ndventiires '
of n fountain pen proves most Inter-1
eating na It graphically tells Hie story
the title lmplle.1 from the receipt of
iho crude rubber to the finished pro
duct, nit'l tho hiimoimis antics possible
In the hands of n clever cartoonist.
The Mnllhlnl Christmas tr'eo and
Iho tunny other Interesting local Ihlifw
Including Hie new series of hnla
dances nro extraniely entertaining, be
ing the first perhaps ever oxhlbltel
hero. Homo ciy c'over vaudeville Is In
Hue for next week nnd sonio now
striking features iniiulmated plctitica
Ah usual the Art Theater more than
holds Its own lu tho competitive nice
for supremacy In tho mining picture
world of Honolulu uud for this rea
son: they never show ali thing hut
whnt Is good nnd generally speaking'
Therels.a regular mlx-up as far as
marriage goes lu the caso of two Ko
reans who aro at present worrying
Sheilff Jarrett. It nppearu that one
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better than their cnniietlliira In tho ftul,ra """ "L'1" """ """ " "'"
same field. This Is evidenced by the f"ome years when another couuliy
patronage which they enjoy. Tho, 'n "r her9 f," ' ,nvo w,,h ,u,r
lending n'lm nt tho Art for today and Number one did not object nnd, on
tomorrow Is entitled "The King's Con-' "''lug asked, said that tho woman was
splrncy" nml vividly portrays the fidel
ity and vnlor of hi trusted servants.
The settings lire beautiful and the no
tion throughout worthy of emulation,
even In our own day. Interest centeis
Itself In n young cavalier, tho ward
of an officer In tho Trench King's toy
not his wife nnd that If numhsr Iwo
wanted her ho could tnko her. Niiln
her two consequently got a manlago
license nnd was wedded to his chann
el'. 'I hen number ono appeared on tho
scene, hnd declined that the woman
vice. Ills heroism gains for him tho was his legal wife and that they had
hand of his patron's daughter mil u I been man led In Korea according Jo
commission In tho .Klng'B army. The the custom of that couutry. He want
balnnco of tho program Is, as usual, ed his "wife" arrested for bigamy, mid
Al. No better place to spend n rainy sworo that ho had not told number two
afternoon or evening than the Art. par- ( that tho woman wns free..
tlculaily with such programs us thla
theater Invariably presents,
j At present tho Sheriff lit trying In
isttulghtcn tlio matter out somehow,
J but t Is slow woi k.
Mortimer Levering, secretary nnd
treasurer of tho international Ilc- Frank Cl.uk. who calls himself tho
stock exposition died In Cincinnati re-, "king of trumps.," has tin I veil lu New
cently. Ho witK one of tho organizers iYork nifter girdling the globe. Ill)
of the fliBt Interuatloii'il live-stock ex- traveled on a fielght wroai tho con.
position and ono of H(o most prom- tlncnt mid went to the Orient n.i u
Incut hoi semen In the country. btowaway onui I'aelllc steamer.
An no uncement
E beg to advise the public that with the remodelling of cmr
establishment we are in position to give special attention to
the family trade.
All orders, when requested, will be delivered in sealed pack
ages by the Territorial Messenger Servire without extra charge.
MAM, AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
W. C. Peacock A Co., Ltd.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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