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nvnNiNa nuLurriN, Honolulu, t h, Saturday, dec. io, 1910.
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"WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES"
MATINEE, SATURDAY. 2:30 P. M,
Any Scut In the Iliiimv, 25c
1 MOItE WEEK 1
OEOIiaE B. HOWARD & CO.
Evcn'ng- Prices. .. .25c, 35c and 50o
Hotel. Opposite Bethel
Largest Motlon-Tlcturo Tlieatcr tn
Of San Francisco
Presents tlic Kane Comedy
THE ARRIVAL OF JACK JOHNSON
Will Malan, Jim MaRrath, Nellie
Howard and Dot Raymond
TINY DOT RAYMOND
In New and Catchy Songs
Up to-thc-Minu Motion Pictures!
(Management of Sam Kubey.)
Hotel Street, Opposite Bethel, .
Pauahi. Near Fort
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Entire Cliange of Bill
Every Item New
Vaudeville, Musical Comedy and
Latest Motion Pictures.
Honolulu's Largest and Safest
ADMISSION 10c, 15c
New Vaudeville Entertainment
Who Makes Wonderful Pictures in
CUNHA'S PARK ORCHESTRA'
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
of your photographs mako
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Our Sepia Effect is very at
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(if beautiful Fi nines and
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street, below Hotel SUee,
HONOLULU'S RlfO IS BRIGHTER
AND BUSIER FROM NIGHT TO WIGHT
BEjU. ' ,"SyjWiin'''TV 1
DOT RAYMOND, PETITE SINGER AT THE SAVOY.
Saturday night amusement seekers
this evening will hau a juried ami
rather good list or oHerlngH tu choose
from, an Honolulu at piehcnt Is en
joying thu gioatest number or differ
ent cntcitnlumciits otur at unu tlmo
In tho cnpltol of tho Paradise of tho
'liicie arc no lens than lour pic
turu houses on tho plcture-vinulovlllo
circuit with exceptional plcttiics and
talent on their piograniB, besides u
circus at Aalu Park and a dramatic
company at the New Orpheum.
Expectation ns to wheio to tho bin
crowd will go tonight Is tho based on
mere conjecture. Tho whims of Ho
nolulu Saturday night crowds Is some
thing that no Jocal amusement pro
vided has as c(t over been able to
analyze to his 'satisfaction.
-Since tho opening 'nlght,llioru has'
been ft v great crowd at tho circus.'
and many think that Is whero the
largest throng will bo found. Tho
bIiow there Is really a treat ns rewards
high class nnobatlc acts and tho
musical acts vie with toso of tho pic
ture, houses In ipiallty. Tho manage
ment of tho circus expect n great
ciowd as this Is tho first Hatutday
night they have had In Honolulu and
thoy have been arranging heating ca
paclty today for 1000 or more jicoplo
They Intend to change their program
on .Mbnday and they bellevo that al
most ovorono will want to seo tho
piogram they opened with. Their ex
pectations may bo icnllzcil.
The mld-wiek crowd has found tho
program at tho Illjou cry entertain
lug, ns many as socnlecn hundred
pcoplo attending the change of pio
gram show on Thursday evening
Tho management of this house wisely
concluded when getting ready for
their first grand opening that good
music wuuhl piotu u profitable luag
net for tho new liouio am all tho In
dications of the past week licnriolil
tho conclusion. As many pooplo mo
heard to remark that tho music Is
worth tho money at tho Illjou as thoso
who comment on tho quality lit Ihq
rest of tho program.
Tho Savoy receipts havo hho,vui
that this theatre has blood the pull
ing powers of other aniusoment places
In it vory pleasing manner. The ail.
illtlon of now' talent last Sattuday
night has strengthened their program
wonderfully and tho evenings of the
past week hnvo shown that tho new
acts were nppieclatcd. It would bo
a pcsslsmlst Indeed who would not
look for a crowd nt tho Snvoy tonight
and It Is nssuicd that the perfoimiinco
will hu worthy of the iitfcudimco.
Tho P.nk Theatio has now talent
that ojiened thoio during tho week
ami ooiy one with a leaning toward
variety acts In which it showing of
Intelligence Is made will find tho now
pooplo very mtlsfiictory ns thoy draw
pictures In a surprisingly clover man
ner. Tho Novelty has Wlso anil Milton,
old Honolulu favorites on tonight In
a special Saturday night sketch that
will bilng tho attcmlaueo of their ad
miters. Thoy hnvo been a long tlmo
at tho Novelty hut their teceptloii
nightly" nt (his lit t Io theatre shows
that their isipiihiily has In no man
ner ilecienscd, If mi) thing, tho con
trary. Theio Is wldo rango of entertain
ment offered and there should bo no
ncod for tho old complaint of "noth
ing to do In Honolulu,'' when thoro
Is so much.
FUN AT ORPHEUM
BY THE HOWARDS
"What Happened to Jones," one of
tho best farces which the 1'ov.inl
compoii has presented, will bo gheu
Its last peiformuiico this evening,
The pledletlou that It would prove
on-) of the bits of the season did not
go iimlss as It kept the audience
highly amused bordering nt times on
tho hilarious. A good crowd saw- the
mutliiio this afternoon and another
big audience promises to bo on hand
tonight fur tho fntcwcll performance.
(ton Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day next Georgo I). Howard and com
puny wilt piescnt tho excruciatingly
funny farce, "Kaclng the Music." for
Tliiusday, Friday and Saturday and
fc'nuirdiiy matinee Ilret llarto's famous
plaj, 'Tennessee's Partner," will bo
ollered. "facing the Music" was llrst
I liycd by James J. CorbetL -It !h r,u
L'ngllsh fnico iind Is Buroto go"bls
Baritone with American Mus
ical Comedy Company.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
TARIS MEDIC1NB CO , lit. Uub, U S, A.
BILL AT THE SAVOY
Tonight Is the last opixirtunlty to
seo "The Atllvnl of Jack Johnson" nt
tho Savoy Theatio, as tho manage
ment makes Its usual change of bill
on Monday. Tho present sketch Is
full of miner) mill has brilliant
dashes of wit which makes Instant
hits with the audiences.
Tho Savoy management has stud
ied the wants of theatre patrons nnd
has cabled back to tho Coast for new
talent to mid to what thoy liuvo, and
to opui it tho ii'iuodelloil Umpire,
whlch-vvlll also bo under Savoy iiiun
agement. The sketch artists at tho
Suwiy hnvo demonstrated their place
es entertainers of tho llrst innk. Of
course. Jim Magrntli carries off first
honors us the unfortunato darky who
arilves at a bouiillug house with the
Initials "J. .1." on his suitcase. Ho Is
taken for tho ledoubtablo colored
champion, and tho stunts ho Is put
tliiougli mike up an iipioiirlous lot
Dot Itii) iiKitid, tho illmlnuttvo sing'
or, with tho catchy biiby-dntwl, has
captivated tho audiences with her
new scries of songs. Though iiulto
Ismail, Miss llaymond and her songs
aio a big fcntuie of the week.
Tho Ilium aiv among tho best shown
iiimfcwiAi -. oils. ..'.-;- -a.v
How may I give the
greatest amount of
pleasure for the least
atiotitit of money?
brances bought from
the splendid offerings
of the Arts and
Crafts Shop are sane
sensible, lasting and
Here are gifts which properly
represent loving thoughts
and are worthy of grate
HANDSOME TABLE MATS,
BOOK RACKS (End Pieces)
' from $7.50.
DESK BLOTTERS, 75 cents;
PENWIPERS 75 cents.
MEMO, and ADDRESS BOOKS
V -y- CARD CASES from $1.25. . ,.
, POCKET PHOTO CASES
CIGAR CASES from $4.00 up. '
GIFT BOOKS In hand tooled
leather binding from $5.00 up.
Copper & Brass
BOWLS and VASES from
BOOK RACKS (End Pieces)
the set $5.00.
CRUMB TR'AYS and WALL
POCKETS from $3.50.
ETCHED TEA TILES, very
WROUGHT CANDLE STICKS
INK WELLS from $3.00.
STAMP BOXES from $3.50.
From the famous Potteries of Nowoomb, Hampshire,
Marblehead, and a few samples of Artistic Indian
Pottery. These in Steins, Pitchers, Plates. Some
Beautiful Hand-Painted China in single bits.
Reproductions of the Works
the Great Masters
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Arts & Crafts Shop,
Alexander Young Building
In tho city. Not only are many of
them Instructive, but thoy aro nil (nil
of human Interest.
BIJOU CAN BARELY
HANDLE THE CROWDS
AtthoiiRh far and away tho largest
It Is little wonder that thoy Illjou Ih
attractliiR capacity houses. Tohlgit
will be a bumper, and Incidentally the
banner house since tho opening. If
tho attendance last night and Thurs
day are to be taken into considera
tion. Tho change of bill had Its ef
fect and there Is a reason. The new
program Is considered by many to
finer nrray ot talent has been teen Jn mado good nnd each does their sharo
Honolulu at one time and making tho.'" keep up the good work.
show doubly nttractlvo are tho prices l'reI"i"d to play almost.any known
of admission. The dally change of T'"' mlUu,she8' orehcs---"l
.7 inciudo in their program each neht
ttttlfrft lilntll.Aa la n Innnlfnf Intl At.. .4 .
...Ut.,... r'""" " IUMU1..HUU mat nptciai request selections. Any of
has worked wonders with crowds. tho patrons doslrlng a particular niece
The midget dancing team. Dunn I played hnvo only to write their re-
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...... ...i,,.,,,,., ,., al. mi i, iprai io .music Director W. It.
surpasses their work In the opcn-l Hughes,
ihow Waller Terry's stories are i Thore
and most commodious theater In Ho- bo better than the opening bill, If Ing show Walter Terry's stories are Thoro will bo n complete chance of ii
nolulu thu now Illjou Is hardly ado-. that Is possible, giving the 'putrons'of tho kind that make you laugh and program at tho now HIJou Monday M
iituito to ucronimodato tho crowds
which nro Jamming the spacious and
popular playhouse nightly. Iargo
crowds are to be expected where the
management has spared no expenso
to glvo a high class show at prices
an agreeable surprise. If the same ho has a way ot his own telling
standard of entertainment Is to be them. Gladys Mlddleton Is already
maintained, nnd the management has a prime favorlto and her acts are dls
promised to git e as good If not better, tlnct novelties Mongrlef nnd Uowe,
tho new theater will not bo large Vernet Hughes, Itlchard Kipling nnd
enough to accommodate Its patrons. I the other members of the musical
now Illjou Monday.
Persons who say "I don't care what
the people say about mo'' are always
within the reach of all and, of course,, ( g the general verdict tbaA ngomedy company ba.u more
Some men would ruther go brolta
thua , than stay at homo, 'J
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