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RVt:NIN(l IltM.t.RTIN, UONOI.Ul.tT. T. TI'IMIUY. 1)110. 13, 1510.
NOW ON DISPLAY
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Holiday Goods now on display. For the past
month every steamer has brought us merchandise
suitable for'Xmas (jifts. Everything is unpacked
and ready for inspection. ARTICLES TOO NUM
EROUS TO SPECIFY.
IN OUR TOY DEPARTMENT you will find many
articles suitable for the little ones and at prices
tliat will suit everybody. Give us a call. ,
Store open Saturday evenings from now on.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur--Se wall & Co., Bathr Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
'i General Fire Extinguisher Co.
: (GEINNEll AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER) .;
'- Neuinan Clock Co.
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AmonR the articles we nrc showing are DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you scc this display.
'Wc Jnvlto you to call.
hi Wo Tai & Co.,
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
New Features of. Bin. Show New Orphcum Has One of
Highly Pleasing to
Funniest Farces of Entire
"Tills sbow Is nil right. It Is wcla
K!l '""V ' JhIiii Smith (), . llmvnnl
I That wns tlio common expression Itcv. John Smith.. Arthur Klton
heuril last night umler thu tent or I'iek Hcsniono Chan. II. Murphy
the (treat American Hhow, which Is Colonel Dunraii Binlth (luy Miner
BlvliiK nlKlitly cxhlhltlous at Aula HurRcint IJufTcl OIIer I). Ilnlley
I'm I;. Thu mnilniiLo was Inrfic, anil Mnbcl Ilclty Jnnsnii
from the. bcKlnnliiK to the end every- N" Dorcns Matthews
una present cnjojeil tho iiorfnrnuin''; x"ss rotlicrliiRny Marlon Dunn
very much. The hill showed an en.
Tlio aerial performances by tho S!e
Sixty laughs to the lulnuto Is tho
Krlet anil Hllbon troupe wan tho most! "'cord by tho New Orpin-urn last
nigiu. utic or mo liniiiicst or all tlio
funny things that the (Icrrgo II. Ho
wanl company has sot fnrlli Is "I'ac
lug tho Music," an KiiKllfh play done
oxer Into American by Mr. Howard
ami his associates,
.lames .1, Corbel t used this play ns
Interesting of all the program. SII
bon was nt his best when ho went
through tho daring acrobatic trlrks,
Inc'iiilliig a double comersnult, blind;
folded. Ills daring acts In the a I",
as tho llnwiilliins nald last night,
were so unusuiil that they thought
bo was a supernatural being. In, 'ho Nehlclo In which he was trying
I Athcr words, thoy called him "nqun
Dime, l'olo nnil Dlnzc, the threo ex
ports on tho horizontal bars, were
applnudcil as thoy went through some
The entire program last nlgbt was
changed and on that account a large
I number of the people, who had pre
viously attended there, brought their
friends along to eco it.
The children woro especially Inter
ested In the performances of tho
dogs. Tho little spectators, who were
unable to sec through tho big people
who sat In front, stood on their scats
nod watched with Interest tho dogs
ilnne, stand on two legs and go
through other clever trlcKs.
Tonight other Interesting features
of tho performance will be shown,
ACROBATIC ACT '
SUCCESS AT PARK
Morris ami Wilson, tho two Austral
Ian Pantomime, acrobatic actors, woro
"an instant success from tho moment
they appeared at tho l'ark Theater
lust night. It) their uproarously funny
act, "Tho Cray Hostlers."" So absurd
Is tho headgenr and so perfect tho
continuing that It is moments before
ono realizes that tho third figure on
the stage Is really only a dummy. Hut
It Is n dummy, that ban as much nat
ural suppleness as tho two llvo host
lcrn have They tumble off and on
tho stago In tho niost ludicrous man
ner with perfect immunity from con
tact with tho stago or wings. Thoy
politico about at times as though thoy
wero Incased In rubber paddings mid
at other times hit with a thunderous
thud. Tho act Is Just beyond dcscrln
to rscaH from tho notoriety of being
an cx-chnuiplou heavyweight. Corbet I
8ucccedeil, because tho piny was fum
ny, not, becmiKo ho uns an nrtor. Cor
nell's comedy is tho kind that makes
people rhcil tears or carry axes, but
tho play alunjs went well because
It Is a rleterly-coustrtictcit farce, full
of amusing situations, with the cen
tral figure Involved In a mazo of dim
cultlcs that would unsettle tho mind
of n wooden Indian. It Is clean, bright
and moves speedily, and altogether It
Is ono of tho most enji)ablu thlugi
the Howards have attempted, taking
rank with "Tho Man from .Mexico."
Howard Is at his best, and tho
wholo company Is working overtime
on the high go.ir. The trouble arises
over the fact that thero aro two John
Smiths not Ilrowns living In tho
same limine, though dllterent llats.
Tho resulting mix-ups are llta morn
Involved because ono of tho John
Smiths Is a clergyman and Hie other
a snscepiinio. qidcur genucmnn. per
fectly hnrmlehs. who has an nmazlng
ml venture In tho fog that ho wishes
to conccnl from his wife.
Tho Inst touch of tho ridiculous is
lent to tlio uproarious scenes by tho
presence of a detective who Is a dead
ringer for that, time-honored figure of
criminal annals known to tho readers
of dime novels as "Slovvfoot Sid."
He Is Impossible in mako-up but of a
ploco with all tho nlghlmnro of poor
Smith's lire. Oliver D. Ilnlley wns
tho dclcctlvo and ho wns a big hit
Arthur Kltoti curried oft the part of
n grubby little I'ugllsh clergjman
characteristically and tho other male
members of tho cast wero sufficient.
In tho feminine section Miss Dorcas
Hon; It all happens so rapidly that Matthew was again to tho foro as
l nimin tin UVIIIICIH IIIIU IUI Ull VCI
reason tho audiences roar with laugh-
ono Mrs. Smith and Miss Hetty Jon-
tcr, although at tho tlmo thoy aro Bon 8,",ml dually In tho honors as
watching an act that they would sit tho nllicr Mrs. Smith. Miss Marlon
and cheer for Its acrobatic qualities Dunn plncl a small part, that of an
If they wero not ho thoroughly taken nctiess, In tho Intelligent, thoroughly
up by tho humor.
Miss Sandart as it singing sou
brotto Is very pleasing. Thero Is
mora than one Inugh In tho odd act of
tho Mednras In which they appear on
u miniature stago. Thoy have set cat
talk to music and tho crowd approves
of their attempt. Tho Melnntto Sis
ters woro also well locclved.
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capable way that bus distinguished
her efforts during tlio entire visit of
tho company hero and Miss Kvn Mar
tolln's rendition of thu familiar maid's
rolo wus consistent.
For tho last half of tho week.
Thurjidny, Friday and Saturday and
Saturday matinee, Diet llarto's fatm
oub and pretty story of. tho hills "Ten
ncssoo's Partner," will bo 'given. Tho
announcement that tho llowaid com
pany would surely close their Hono
lulu season next Saturday night Is
causing no end of rcgretM being ex
pressed and Jotters to tho manage
ment of tho Orphcum theatro aro
coming In dally asking that Mr, How.
art! ho piovnlled upon to extend his
scuson. Whllo this chango of program
Is hnnlly practicable, on nrrouti! of
oilier ninitigi nicnt having been made
all sorts of prcMiiro Is being brought
toto bear to have lloiv.ird and hi
company remain hero nt least two
weeks longer. At all ctcnls Iho com
p.my Is hooked to Ic.no here for Van
couver, January 3
CROWD NEW BIJOU
Tho popular HIJou brok) all rccunU
last week In tho way of attendance,
thu opening night being no exception.
Three shows wero given Saturday
and each played to capacity Ijist
night a complete change of program
was given which called for a full'
house and got it. The new bill ln-
eludes the excruciatingly funny farco
"Slnttcry'g Hoarding Iloute," In which
the members of tho American Mim-.
leal Comedy Company are given am
ple opportunity to display their holt
talents and versatility. This farce Is
along lines entirely different ban
those presented previously and pro-j
duces omo lino character work T'io
vaudeville numbers consist of thu
usual surprises, nnd thero arc fire
complete sets of new motion pictures.
Hughes' orchestra Is playing nmotiv
other pieces, selections at tho special
request of patrons.
All of the HIJou favorites, Inclfldln;;.
Dunn nnd llranton, Vernet llughci,
1M Mongrlcf, Walter Perry, (llajva
Mlddleton, James Howe, Hlchard Kil
ling and others, are cast In now and
novel numbers. Two of the featun
of tho program will bo a xylophor.u
solo bv It. Ol'prbppk ntl.l n fiirttrf unl.i
by Harry Auerbach.
Tho HIJou displayed the S. It. O.
sign long before tho curtain rose on
the first show last night. It was by
far tho banner first-night crowd of
the season, the opening night of
course, excepted. The new show Is
best described as a "corker," and
every Itme pleased. Crowding flvo
separate turns Into tho vaudeville
p ogrntn, n one a t musical comedy,
nnd three sets of motion pictures nro1
regarded as an Immense show to give
for Ion nnd fifteen cents.
Tho HIJou Is a gigantic undertak
ing, hut the present su cess explodes
tho fallacy that tho place would ho
too big for tho town. On tho con
trary. It Is Just lilg enough nnd com
fortably takes care of Its thousands
of patrons nnd practically assures
everybody n scat. There was not a
vacant teat when Director Hughes
swung his baton for tho overture.
Hverythlng went off with a snap and
n bang, and the big nnd varied pro
gram wns .heartily received.
Tho Ilarklcy Company, which op
ened at tho Novelty Theater, nro np
liefltn limkiirs fur nuim pntprftiliitiif.nl
of the kind thoy provide. Tho llark
leys have tho stago presenco nnd net-'
Ing of talented people and with n very
tunny vcinclo ror their opening bill
which they call "Tho Man Outside," ,
or "Oh You Samlc," they Immediately i
won favor with Novelty patrons. Mas
ter Jauilo Van Is tho better part of i
the show. Ho almost comes up to '
what his advance man claims for him, I
that ho Is "tho youngest and best of
nil boy comedians." He slugs nnd
dances llko to tho stago born, for bo-
foro tho footlights ho Is as much at
homo ns Is a diving boy on tho water-
front. I-et tho Novelty continue to
sprnre ttilent llkn flint Ibev miw tinin'
and its success against all compet
itors will bo certain. Wlso and Mil-
oii nro un Important part of tho pro
gram thero and deserve the nppluusu
for Infants and Children
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