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EVENINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY. DHC. 9, 19'lft.
In the very la'cst designs, and
the largest assortment ever
Of the best makes for Ladies
and Gents. In prices to suit
'That will be the pride of any
(That will make the best of holi
Wc will be pleased to show you
anything in the lines earned. ...
J. A. If. VIEIRA
113 Hotel St.
Wlmt ynuiiKsler wouldn't like to bo
mi milium next Wednesday when the
inaiHiKeiiieiit of tlio (lie.it Atncrlr.itri
Phnw will entertain the orphans of
Honolulu tit their circus? Such In the
iinnoiiiicimcut of Mr. ilo leoii, ml
vhiico mini of the show, tnnilo this
OriiliiniM arc to tie. admitted froo at
tho ni.itliieo next Wednesday nftcr
noon mill tho tlmo of tho starting of
tho circus It to ho postponed until 3
o'clock in order to rIo all tlici young
sters without pnrunts time to net
to the ilrctiH grounds nt Aula Park
nftcr school la out It In wild Hint
tho dog net Is to bo made all especial
ly nttractho ono for the children on
that mcntful day.
The orphans must ho ouclicd for
hyHlio Salvation Army or soma other
clmrltnhle orgnnlrntlon that has or
plum children In Its enro. Arrnngo
mciits for the frco nilinlsslon of tho
rlilldrcn can ho made by culling on
Mr. do I,pon nt Iy's grocery store.
l'coplo of open mind having
llrlght's Dlscisu or having, frlenth
who have, inn hear of something to
their advantage If they will c.ill at
our store. Helpful diet list frco.
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.. LTD.
'WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES"
Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in Kaimuki '
During the Last
After writing Ads on Kai
muki, wc have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district
on the market, But hush J
Wc couldn't have done it if
the property had not been all
light and sold itself. The
real secret the property- not
the stuff wo have been writing.
IMMENSE SUCCESS AT THE
At Aala Park
Performance Every Evening
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday
YOUTIIKKKY Tho Japanese Won
der, in tho Marvelous Wire Act.
TATO & TATi: Comlo Hntrco.
Till! MAIIVIXOUS m:NO Amerli
en's Urea I rat Equilibrist and
llalamlng Trapeze Artist.
rilANK VOi:ilO Tho Ocriuiin IJc
centrlc Comedy Musical Artist.
mil m:onoi: bi:ttu':ii and his
troupo nf18 Performing Dogs.
4 Vi:i.I)ON"3 TIlOUI'i: OP ACItO-
HATS May, llnrcl, Ida unit
Charles In their Wonderful Ac.
TATO & TATI2 Two funny old
YOUTUKKKY In his wonderful
"Bllilo for t.lfo" Act.
TIIK VAI.t.R TUIO High-class Mu
!' ill Novelty Act.
Tho (Ircat BII.'OIMST & SIMION
TIlOUI'i: of ten people Tho
greatest feature of tho llarmiin
& Ilillcy Circus.
PROORAM CHANGED NEXT WEEK
Hotel. Opposite Bethel
Largest Mutlon-I'lctiiro Theater
Of San Francisco
Jones ... (ten II I ln aril
Uudiuzer tloodley .. . (Ill) llltner
'itcv. Anthony (Joodliy .Ins II Norlii-i
William lllgbco ...... Arthur Kllon
A I'ollccmnn .. ..Chnrleg 12 Murphr
Kullrr OlUcr I) Ilullcy
ClRsy ; MIhh Hetty Jonsoti
Mrs. (loodlcy Miss l.llllo Knox
Alvlna Miss Marlon Dunn
MarJ'iilu Miss Doiras Matthews
Ilelinn Miss Kta Martella-
With the closing of their notnhlo
engagement In sight, the members of
tho tteorgu I). Howard company nro
not relaxing a whit In their theatrical
efforts nt tho New Orpheum l.nst
night tho company opened tho usunl
wctk-eiul engagement with "What
Happened to Jones." as the offering,
and put It on In u. way that pleased
n big iiudlctirc
Honolulu knows "What Happened
to Jones" its well as It knows tho
sailing day of tho steamship Hlcrrn,
but tho Howard company gathers now
laurels by giving the delightful farce
comedy n number of original twists,
(icorgc II Howard Is nt his best, nnd
ho Is given tho best of supixirt by tho
Next Monday, Tuesday nnd Wed
nesday "Facing thu Music" will bo
Any Beat in tho House, 25c
1'rcscuts tho ttirco Comedy
MATINEE. SATURDAY. 2 30. PJHE -ARRIVAL OF JACK JOHNSON
Will Malan, Jim MagTath, Nellie
Howard and Dot Raymond
TINY DOT RAYMOND
I In New and Cat:hy Songs
Up to.thc-Minti' Motion Pictures!
1 MORE WEEK 1
OEOROE B. HOWARD & CO.
Evcn'ng Prices.... 25c, 35c and 50c
New Vaudeville Entertainment
Who Makes Wonderful Pictures in
CUNHA'S PARK ORCHESTRA
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
(Management of Sam Kubcy.)
Hotel Street, Opposite Bethel,
Pauahi. Near Fort
Entire Change of Bill
TONIGHT! - TONIGHT!
Every Item New
Vaudeville, Musical Comedy and
Latest Motion Pictures,
Assessment No. 13
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Is duo on November IE, 1910, and
houmicB delinquent December ID,
Honolulu's Largest and Safest
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
RYCROFr'S FOUNTAIN SODA
WORKS . ,
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Where you can find almost everything you
may want for a gift.
Christmas without Toys for the children
would not seem like XMAS to them.
COME AND SEE THE VARIETY
CIRCUS DRAWS CROWD
THAT FILLS TENT
"Have )oti been to the circus yct7"
Is tho question heard on all sides
nowndios, ami from the size of the
irnwds that nightly flit the lent nnd
aro iimiiri'il at tho feats of the acio
hats and tickled by the Jokes of tho
clowns. It Is presumed that there aro
few who have not been to the 1 1 reus
not once, but several times.
Tho monster tent was filled Inst
night earlier than usual, and tho dogs
did better than they hae been doing
rinto their arrival; It U thought
that tho sen trip had something to
do with the dullness nt first shown
by tho dumb actors, but they seem
to have recovered and nro going
through their stunts In a wny that
shows that they aro nearly human.
As tho show men sjdvortlso, they do
nearly over) thing but talk.
Hvory net of the entertainment is
good, anil being under u tent lends
nn added attraction to tho whole.
There Is something about It that
brings hack a feeling of "way back
jondcr," when you were a boy, nnd
to oxperlcnco that feeling is iilono
worth tho price of ndnilsslon.
Thoro will bo nn entire change of
program next week.
Tho star attraction among tho now
talent that opened at tho I'ark Thca
tro last night protil to bo Miss Hnn
dart, a beautiful and talented joung
lady who appeared In ii bench scene
In n bathing continue nnd drew two
artistic pictures by simple spreading
sand about iikiii a black cloth. Her
first cfTort produced u swun nnd I'm
second wus of sonio flowers with tho
contnlnor labeled with tho old nnd
familiar expression, "good luck." Bho
ilesorvcd tho generous upplnuso that
greeted her work.
Tho two Mcdorns have a hlcjclo net
with tho new woman as tho main
subject of tho skotch Tho net fulled
to appeal In tho first half on account1
of tho Jokes being of old English coin
ago. Some pruning and changing of
tho expressions will Increase tho o
pulnrlty of this sketch but It wax
wor(h watching, If for no other rea
son than It provides nn opportunity
for Mr, Mcdoru lo show his ability
with a crajon. Ilo draws a picture
In eighty seconds that It would tnku
many alleged artist us ninny months
Tho I'ark plcttues wero particular
ly good; them Is ono cowboy plcturo
nnd ono of Jnpuncs llfo that aro ox
A QREAT CELEDRITY
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING .CAL-
In tho "Ai rival of Jack Johnson"
tho 8m oy management Is offuting
ono of Its best cards, for tho skotch
put on by tho Walun-Magratli Com
edy company Is full of ginger, fun
nnd comical situations. A bourdlng
houso proprietress, Nclllo Howard, Is
anxiously awaiting u new boardoi.
Jack Johnson tho pugilist Is at tho zen
ith of his fume. Tho colored man ar-
rics with a sultcaso on which aro
thu letters "J. J." Tho boarding1
houso Is thrown Into a flutter of ox-1
cltemcut hollovlng that Jack Johnson I
has arrhed. Ho Is made to Bhow hlsl
lighting capabilities and muny other
stunts, which only Jim Mugralh can
ilQ so well.
Tho skotch is u laugh maker from
start to finish. Dot Itayinouil npciini
in a specialty, us well as In tho skotch,
mill hIiiph tliipfi uoiics Her liHitnl
haby-drawl selections uro rcndcieil In'
hei cuto. Inimitable stylo.
' .... '! JJ '.L. ' I I t Tho nw bill is presented again tn-
ENDARS. C RCULARSt ETC. GlVC US VOUr night ami tomorrow night, when
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It goet over any route It mm on no schtdole except the owner'i will.
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
Have you ever noticed that it Is the man who
does not own an automobile' who does most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you far outweigh
the price that you would have to pay for them in
money. Doing without a motor car means doing
without the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile Is the most efficient private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It Is ready to go at a
moment's notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
over any route. It runs on no schedule except the owner's
will. It helps him to entertain his friends and business
associates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family out
into the country in the sunshine and fresh air, giving
them enjoyment and health. It is so durable that It out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride in it for hours without fatigue.
For $1500 you can buy a servant that will do all these
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for $1500 that would give you as much pleasure and as
much profit as this motor car? Twenty horses and car
riages could not do it for you, nor one thousand railroad
trips. Infactr there Is no other way except with a motor
car that you can live this life and have these pleasures.
Doci J 1 500 seem like a large price to pay for this service?
('a a Great Pltamrt lo Build
Even the man who builds a
really good car at tremendous
expense is happy in doing It.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
Jiuilds a really good car at
"reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like the Chal
mersl That man has a right
to be happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of offering people the same
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. That's
something a strong man can
take pride In.
The designing of the Chal
mers "30" was a two years'
task. Our designers took ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European
and American builders. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of its
The Chalmers "30" is the car
that won the igio Clidden
Trophy In competition with
cars twice its price and power.
The Chalmers "30" hat
never been defeated in any im
portant contest by a car of its
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for service and does not re
quire extreme power or seat
ing capacity for more than five,
will find every requirement an
swered in this wonderful car.
The 1911 models are on ex
hibition at our showrooms.
We shall be glad to give you a
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., HONOLULU
CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY, Detroit, Michigan '
(LUn$tJ unJtr StJm Patent)
Is the kind wc bought for our Winter demand. The goods
as now shown in the store fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There :'s a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPINQ GARMENT for Children
is the newest article wc have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. Sec the line, and the
garments will sell themselves. Tlicsc goods arc priced in
this store ns they arc in New York, Clu'cago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we are showing arc DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you sec this display.
'We invite you to call.
Wing Wo, Tai & Co.,
Have You Thought About
With any 0110 of theso you
nut niiiko tlio prettiest HOLI
DAY Ull-T ut tlio loast cost.
Lcwers & Cooke,
Ask Us About Them
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
Kinc Street, Near Alakea
Fhone 3085 P. 0. Box 491
Will do it
Dr. Hugh.L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose Throat. 1150 Ala.
kfn street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday. 10-11. Evenines bv
l appointment. Telephone 3024.
HAY'S OLD K0NA. COFFEE
- Best in the Market '
HURT MAY & 0 0.
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
siiiun Ann iiwii I n ii iilitiiin fllitta nra I
orders for Xmas deliveries.
Phone 1 86 1 j also bhow n. '
, AmfoMUll ilisiitffcto'.
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