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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H. rillDAY, DEC. 1C, 1110.
Mission Arm Rocker
Solid.quarler-saved oak frame, c.ntinuous Lack and front posts, heavy
stretchers, seat upholstered in genuiie Spanish leather; a very sightly
and serviceable rocker; finish a rioh fumed. The regular p.ce was $12.
We have just 18, which we offer at the very low price of $8,50.
A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS OIFT
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Well, What Do
, - This?
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in Kaimuki
During the Last
After writing Ads on Kai
muki, we have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district I
on the market. But hush I
We couldn't havedone Jt4i
the property ha'd'not been alt
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stun" we have been writ
lug. Kaimuki Land
jniuuk' books of nil uortB, leilgen
manufactured by the D u 1 1 a 1 1 n
Publishing Companr. i
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jlf you are looking
for a Rretty Gold
make pure that you
see our assortment
J. L I VIEIRA
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Phone 2231. 113 Hotel St.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching', Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Hade by
PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Saint Louis,
U. SoA. ,
"BULLETIN ADS PAV-
Reduction In Prices!
'I lie management lini decided In re
dder I lit-
GENERAL ADMISSION TO
25, '50 and 75 CENTS.
Mniit Daring Gjmnasl Kicr Seen
TIIK FLYING JOltlMNS OUTDONH
GREAT DOUBLE S0MER- '
til Act Untried lijr irollsts Oilier
SIEGRIST AND SLB0N
01 tlcli (J rent American Show
ti:nt OVKKKLOWINO WITH SAT-
ISFIi:i) PATKONS KVKHY NIGHT.
Program lo lip Prwrnleil tonight i
Oround and Lofty Tumbling by
Members of the Company
TltlPI.E TIIU'K.K IIY
THE TIlltKK MIIIMS SISTKItS
T()T(I AMI TATE
In their New and Original Comedy Act
MAZE, POLO AMI DIA.E
Experts on the Horizontal liars
Mil. (IEOIU1E KETTLEII
And Ills Troupe of
Eighteen Performing Dogs
THE (1HEAT HEM)
Light and Heavyweight tlalanclng
HIKMIIIHT AMI HIMIOA TIIOIIl'E
The World's Greatest AerolUts.
Introducing New Songs, and Hngllmo
Japanese Wonderful Equilibrist
Concluding with the Humorous Pan
tomime "A HAPPY FAMHl"
LAST THREE PERFORMANCES
Tonight. Saturday and
Special Matinee Tomorrow
Any Seat in the House, 25 Cents
GEORGE B. HOWARD &. COMPANY
Don't Miss This Great Piny
Evening Prices. . . .25c, 35c and 50o
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Largest Motion i'leture
Theater In City
Special Pa'Jie Films
New Vaudeville Turns
Kccentrlc Musical Comedian In
Continues Her Hit with Dainty Songs
"THE SUBSTITUTE" .
Laughable Farce Comedy ,
By the .' ,
MA1AN-MAGRATH COMEDY CO.
Willi Mugrulh In Darky Hole
Has More Catchy lliillaja
Up-to-the-Minute Motion Pictures I
(Management of Sam Kubey)
Hotel Street, Opposite liethel
I'auubl, Near l'ort
and Safest Playhouse
(Fun Begins at 0:30)
Couldn't Get Them In to See
MONSTER NEW BILL
Pronounced the Best Ever
Vaudeville Program Great!
Musical Comedy Splendid!
Motion Pic'uies All New!
Hughes' Orchestra Superb!
Recaji tulation; The Greatest Show
CAN YOU II13AT THIS?
Fifty-Cnt ShoyM for lOo and 15o
Pohltlvolj No Higher
Royal Academy of
Odd Fellows' Hall
1 RECREATIONS I
HARTE STORY IS
George B. Howard Company
Scores In Last Offering
of the Season.
Caleb Swan Hubert McKIm
Asa 111 w (luy Hitncr
aewhtlllkor Hay . . .0. II. Ilowutd
Tqin Homalnc.. Chas. 13. Murphy
Ilaow , ..Arthur Kltou
Spike James II. Norton
Tenneme Kent,. .Miss Hetty Jonson
Nettle IIIcc.MIf.s Dorcas Matthews
Mrs. Hay Miss Marlon Dunn
Ouns, mustaches and heavy West
ern accentB were nourished in large
quantities at the New Orpheum last
night, when the George II. Howard
Company opened the last tlireo
nights of Its local engagement In the
familiar "Tennessee's Partner." Tho
dramatization of the well-known
Ilrct Harte story Is simply and clev
erly told by the Howard enmpan),
and the closing bill Is one that will
leave pleasant remembrances of tho
visit of Mr, Howard and his assocl
"Tennessee's Partner" Is a drama
touched with high spots of humor,
the rough mner characters furnish-
Ipg the comedy. Ocorge II. Howard,
who has been chief of the fun-mak
era for the entire season, Is rather
forced out of the limelight in this'
play by Robert McJCIm, who has tho
pi turesque role of Caleb Swan, tho
man yho denlt straight and Bitot
straight, Mjb!lm Is physically up
to tho requirements or the role and
dramatically he is capable of satls
fjlng local critics.
Miss Hetty Jonson has the girlish
role of Tennessee Kent, and carries
out tho demands of the play for a
simple sweet personality. Miss Dor
cas Matthews and Miss Marlon Dunnj
are excellent foils, nnd the rest of
tie cist is quite adequate. I
Altogether,, it is a play and a com
pany that in alios the saying of faie-,
wejl a distinct regret, and the whole
hearted, enthusiastic efforts of eery.
member of (he Howard troupo will
I, a Mwnnlail tkn'vAu, .. M.a ! . ,
with the big houses that the com.
pany In general and this n'nv nr
tlcularly certainly deserves
AT RIJ0U THEATER
The usual first-night crowd was on
band last night u we) ume tho
change of program ut the new III
Jou Theater. The well-buanccd bill
scored another lilt, and (ho pro
longed applause which greeted every
turn testified to the growing popu
larity of the big, spacious theater.
Last night the new bill moro than
met expectations, und not a number
was allowed to go by without repent
en encores. That the IIIJou perform
ers are a most versatile lot Is dem
onstrated with each change of uro
gram, atid it hardly seeniB credible
that each performer Iuib ho, nm?h
sturpd away in his or her repertoire.
The motion pictures shown last
night werepocl and the most varied
of any ko,(ar seen at tho uew play
house. "Slutterj 's" Hoarding House,"
In whch the members of tho Ameri
can Muslral Comedv Comuanv tako
part, the second edition of whklij
was put oil last night, got' a laugh
every mlnuto It was on. ' Hughes'
qr.'hpstra played a lot bt new, catchy
mu8c, anil added zest to the spleu
'7onlgit the big surprise )s In store
for patrons of the IIou. Moro than
a1 hundred ,!anateur performers nro
nv'aJable fir tlio nrst plghfa ti-y-j
opt,' and iif these at least' tweiity
seem to possess enough talent to
make ft worth whllo to gvo them a
phancp. Tils npnlber will be Weed
ed dawn, and at Ipast six of the best
will be put on tonight.
Owing tq tho length of the pro
grain, tho entertainment will com-1
mepce at 0:30 o'clock. There will
be three shows tonight the first per
formance starting "at 0:30.
SAVOY'S NEW BILL
THEJEST ONE YET
Last night1 s change of program at
tie Saoy Theatre was one of the
best yet piade by tho management
nnd vamlevlllo and film servlco hail n
chance forentul honors Tho films
wero especially good, particularly tho
Pal he Mm' showing "Uat limiting In
Sninalra. This Is Ijicolors and shiiws
a magnificent lot pf scenery In Sn
matr.Vrihd m nrtual liuntliig of bats,
which hang'by thotf claws Irom trees
In the day timo, is educational. Tho
bats are huge things
Another film s "Ilettv As An V.r
rand Girl," a comical Puthu lilctnro
with Paris as the locale. Thli Is
The new comedy sketch, "Tho Sub
stlluto" Is equally as funny as any
thing the Malan-Mugrath company
A small payment places the Victor in
your home.1 -.Call and see our complete
stock of different style machines.
Honolulu Music Co., 88Kinsst-
.'I ' ' ... ...
liavo put on and still keeps, Magra'h,
as tho darky well to Hie., (riiflt,, ns u
comedy entertainer. This sketch. ,U
Dot Itamond sings moro cuto
songs, her specialty, and makes her
usual nightly hit . ,
George Stanley Is probably tho licit
ballad singer who has oor upiieared
on tho local boards. Possessed of a
fine, clear volco, his ballads become
romcthlng more than more stage
Wlda. tho eccentric German come
dlnn, showed himself last night an
adept with the 'cello, lille his lyre
was never In better tuno .
The same bill is shown, tonight and
At a meeting cf the l(oats commit
ice of the Floral Parade, -held'-yes-terdaj
afternoon, the reports brought
In 'by the members make certain the
HitccBs of this part. of the Pebruary
festival, ,-iind, tlie larrst,,nnoe' In
the Territory for fono' lluui aind an
other lloat by theteoJores were
The meniVera olt the conifnlUee arc
to get out among the business firms
of the city within the next few das
and follow uji the 2&0 loiters which
were sent out last week with thfclr
presence In soliciting tho active u
oiicrntlou of the business community
In tho lloat section of the parade,
This afternoon there will he a
meeting of th nuto committee, and
it is expected that nddltlons to the
thirty entries will ho reported to
FORM NEW SOCIETY
Articles of association for n mu
tual benefit society among the local
Portugues6 haVo beeliTTIed with Ter
ritorial Treasurer Conkllng. j
Tho now association jlrjtjijlrd As-,
soclacao dc Soe orros MuVuop "A Pa
ttla' aid the Jncoriqriiti)B!nrCj.J8ov
C. Sousa, Augustine P. C. Corroa,
Antonio P. Garcia, Joso P. Ilcgo,
Joaqulm Jj Souzn. ' '--
The object of the association, so
the In urporntors set forth, Is not for
profit, and Is not capitalized. It Is
organized f6r mutual 'benefit, educa
tion nnd tile general Nvnlfaro of the
Portuguese peop'n and perspnft of
PoitUgurso pireutnge 'in Hawaii,' t
'Kor Bnlc" I'Ards t Hulletlp
tfIs (ride-mark Is on
every jbollle'of Cod
Uvcr Qilyou buyi
It stands for (he
and only genuine
preparation of Cod
Liver Oil In the
Cod Liver Oil preparations with
out this trade-mark are only cheap
imitations, many of them! containing
harmful drugs or alcohol. Be SURE
to get SCOTT'S, all druggists
W. BERGSTROM, Manager.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Prop. 777 KING STREET
Telephone 1491 No Branches
JOHN ALLEN DIES I
AT DAUGHTER'S HOME.
John I, Allen, who arrived In Ho
nolulu Ip ISM, died at the homo of
his daughter, Mrs. Le Clair, jestcrr
The funeral uns held this morn
lug ftoni the home, ItcV. II. II. Par
ker conducting tile scrlccs. Inter
ment vsiib at Nuuanu cemitcry.
Mr. Allen had diceu .Interested In
holuls neatly all of his stay Jn tlta
Islands nnd wn3 closely connected
with 'ciilifch wnrlj, helhg a member
of 5ic Christian .church for many
jcirs. ' '"
When a man begins lb lioait qf his
honcstyit Is your cuo to keep ono
ejo en "our umbrella,
No matter how ninth pioney a man
has, lie Irf almost sure lo fnvj afman
wlitr, had more. "'
A woman can cvon"1io proud of htn-
hiishand'H bid habits If he'll nlteul
chinch on Sunday
III Croat Variety of all
. the latest f.tshlotu.
in urn ox miors
$4 to $7.50
Tlicso urn ubroluloly now
and Cornet in St)e.
am good presonta.
WILSON AND MORRIS
Australia's flle'it AcrobaU I '
Now VnudeUlle Hntcrtalnment
Who Makes Wonderful Pictures In
" CUNHA'S.iARK' 'ORCHESTRA
, -..'MOnON. PICTURES "
Corner Nuuanu end Pauahi Streets
THE MORNING AFTER
-MASTER'-JIMMIE VAN "'
Black-face Singinp; and Dancing Boy
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
TR0M $5 TO $111.40
FROM $1 TO $12.00
Can you think of n
Letter Chestnuts G'ftT
PhotQ Supply Co.
"nverythlng ' Photographic"
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS i
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO. f
1050 Nuuanu Street
Will do it!
Children's dancing class every Trl
day afternoon In Odd I'ellows' Hall
ut .1:"10 o'clo 1c Pilvute lessoua by
appoliitinont. Plioiio I7t7.
MISS IIA7KL HUCICLAND.
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