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Positively Last 6
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CHANQE OF PROG-RAM'" ,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
MATINEE SATURDAY AND
" ," 'MONDAY .
Admission ....'. 2Cc
FreePerformance at 7:30 Every
8KAT3 on sale at lliilllstcr Drug
WILSON AND MORRIS
Australia's Gicatcit Tumblers
V 1 1 1 irenoiit
"FUN IN A CHINESE LAUNDRY"
Bring Your Ulucs untl Have Them
Washed Out (if Your System
j In Another Novel Act
Will Draw More S.uul, Pictures
THE SISTERS MELNOTTE
, In New Sours nnd Dances
' MOTION PICTURES
Comer Nuuanu and Pauahi Street!
THE VAN-BARKLEY COMPANY
u k MASTER JIMMIE VAN
,WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Royal Academy of
1 Odd Fellows' , Hal!
Will do it
A small payment places
stock of different style machines.
Hotel Street, Next to Younp; Hotel
lly Special Itccptcst
HprIiuiIiik Willi Clirltlin.ta Matlni-o
Extraordinary! Rill During Limited
GEORGE B. HOWARD & COMPANY
Monday and Tuesday
"THE WRONG MR; WRIGHT"
Wednesday and Thursday "
"PAID IN FULL"
Friday, Saturday and Saturday
New Year's Day nnd Nifilit
llox Oftlie Now Open
25c, 35c nnd 50c
Hotel. Opposite Bethel
Largest Motion ricltiro
Theater In City
(Management tit K, J, Love)
'Entire Company Will Appear in tltc
"TWO MARRIED MEN"
Klght in tho Cast with Malan
Still tho Favorite Dancing Duo
Ilallads and Illustrated Songs
Tho Singer With the llahy Drawl
Stage view never obstructed dur-
Ing entire performan.e. Uvcry stago
(Mnmigement of Sam Kuhey)
Two Entrances: '
Hotel Street. 'Opposite. Ileihcl
Pauaht, Near Fort
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aim oaicai naynousc
VAUnKVILLU - -
Wanted More Amateurs
Wanted More Amateurs
Admission, 10c and
Positively No .Higher
Children's dancing class ovcry Fri
day afternoon IV. Odd Follows' 'Hall
at 3:30 o'clock. Private lessons by
appointment. Phono 171',
MISS IIAZIIL HUCKLAND.
Call and see
Music Co.. saKmgst.
W. BERGSTROM, Manager.
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a x -a A -a a
Miss (Jlinl)H Mlitdlcloii, the rnplil
cIiiiiiku iukI xong artist, was ilia only
onu from whom nil uiu-nro wan do
mantled at the llrxt mmiw following
llie chniiRo of Mimlevlllo ucts at tho
llljaii Theater last nlRht. Her volco
In pleasltiK and clear, and carries to
the fr.rthcRt extremes of tho IjIr shuw
lmuso and the cemtmno change lends
vnoiiRh variety to her acts to make
tlieiu very popular. She Is fortun
ate In haltiK that futility, rare to
vaudeville performers, n personalty
pleasing to liotli sexes.
Dunn nnd Ilrauton, (lie liajitani
team, had new songs and dnnces and
wero fairly well received, l'crry nnd
IKIplliiK did a comedy talking net hhat
W,,H f"nny In spots but was marred
10 a great cirm, uccaiiso nicy
seemed to ho talking only to tho or
chestra. Their voices did not carry
to the hack seats at tho llrst show.
"Tho Crowded Hotel," the -after
part, gives nil tho company a chance,
and creates a lot of laughter.
This Is to ho another amateur night
I at tho HIJoii and any number of as
Iplrlug theatrical amateurs aro to lie
given a chanco to entertain. Those
who innko good will be given n place
'on the regular bill next week.
Wlxo and Milton, tho Novelty stago
favorites, created n furore of Inugti
ter ami joy with their Tomltonil hula
Inst night. Tho 'audience, while not
extremely large, mtido noise enough
for a rccortl bouse. The danco ns
they portray It, Is ono hlg bunch of
fun and thero was plenty of excuse
for the audience's laughter. I ittlo
JlmmlD Van Is doing a turn In blnck
f"co ","1 wl,1,le no K"'"1 8 ' J''8
nessetiger boy act, ho deserves the
ten minutes gtven him on the evening
program. The Van Hartleys appear
In a enmody net that went well with
tho Novelty crowd. ,
SAVOY'S SKETCH TAKES WELL.
Tor tho weekend tho Savoy theatro
Is offering a very ntlractUo program
1 which had Its opening presentation
last night, when a sketch which ran
about forty minutes was put oit'liy the
Jlalan-Magrnth Comedy company, cut!
tied "Two Married Min " .Inrtislrii; by
llio applauso nt both porfornrunv tho
bioicn win imvo kihmi rim n-ni win
lft .. f t.n l.na, ,.r lrt mtinrtlrn of
" v '- "-. ... iiil ..,-v,'. .. . .-.
icso comedians. Tlio Mahm-Mngratli
quartet, cniuiirUIng Mescrs. Mnlnn and
Mngrath, Nellie llowanl and Dot Ilay-
inond, wero nsslstcd by Cotmtcs la
I'onimo, (Ihitlys Wilson, and Oeorgo
oillllli:)- nil biiiiiiik in im.il inimun
...In. H-lw. -hntfU la f.,11 flf llfn l(,.t
vim and has tho largest cast of nny
production so Inr put on at (ho Sa
voy. Tho Wilson Sisters also had their
shn6 of tho.npplauso, nnd continue to
be favorites with the Savoy nudlences
putting op n now dance which wns
ballad singer, gavo a new Illustrated
song well suited to Ills voice.
"Tho Hall Hoom Hoys," n Patho
film, was excruciatingly funny.
MATINEES AT THE EMPIRE.
For tho Christmas holidays Manager
Scully .will give a matlneo tomorrow
itflcrnoon and ono on Monday nftor-
the Victor in
noon, so that the young folks may
have mi oppoi (unity of seeing tho
(lladstouc Sinters, tho talented Juven
ile. acrolMllc dancers, who aro present-
lot; their own oilglual danco which Is
clean and attractive, Tho prices for,
the nintlnces will no ten cents for
children In nny part ot tho houso,
and 15 cents for adults.
In nthlltlou to thu (Hailstone Sisters,
I'Mnn Itanilall will sing opcrntlc selec
tions for which her mezzo soprano
uilco Is particularly Bulled, wlillo Tho
(Irenl Smmk In his Yiddish Impersona
tions, assisted hy Mix Cleopatra
Dunn, will ho ono of tho principal en
tertainers Thero will he excellent films and
music hy Prof. Harry Well.
READY TO WORK
Iscnbcrg's Plan for Beautify
ing Punchbowl to Be Ef
Punchbowl cntcr will bo parked
Just as soon a; Paul It. Iscnberg, who
has taken jbttlfl "of tho proposition,
can get toge'ther with government
ofllrlalBF nnd Utart tho work going.
W. . . . ..L.....r . ... . ,. I..MM-..I..II
nits. wns rcpoxicu, iu me numunun
Commllteoat lta regular meeting cs
tcrday afternoon and was cheering
news. Tho committee will do what
It ran to hurry the parking along,
Mr. Iscnberg expects to get a
bunch of prisoners detailed to do the
work nnd will "personally siiporvlho
It. The cralor will ho nindo Into ono
of Honolulu's beauty spots.
Houtluo biislncis taken up hy tho
commltteo Included n report fiom tho
new trcasuicr, U. von Dnmm, that
owing to changes' In the ofllco force
of It. II. Trent, former treasurer, ho
can not continue to handle, tho funds,
and other ar'rniigcments will bo
made. A letter was read from John
Hall Osborne, chief of tho bureau of
trade rclatlonsHpcparlmont of State,
In which tho 'Fodeial official takes
up publication!)' Hawaiian promo
tfon lltcraturo In the dally consular
and trado reports., tjlipo was "iom
paratlvoly litnrfbcfoW'lio cofnm't
tec. ( f 4
FREE CHRISTMAS DINNER
Major Wllllh.niid several other Sal
vatlnnlsts liavi been bard ut work
for a day or two preparing and fill
ing baskets for tho frco Christmas
Ulnner, to bo taken to tho homes of
tho poor tomt.rrovv. It has been n
busy week for tho major, who has
been looking nftcr tho commlbsary
department In anticipation of feed
ing bomo six or soven hundred pco
plo, ns well as socurlng toys and
gifts for the Christmas tree for poor
children. Hcsldes tho baskets to ho
sent to tho homes of tho poor tomor
row, thero will bo n tnblo dinner for
Fomo twenty five or thirty homeless
men at the reading room on Nuuanu
street on Christmas Day. nnd tho
usual distribution of gifts for poor
children on Tuesday next. Alto,
gother, thero will ho no Idlo hands
among ,tho Salvationists. It Is many
oars, tho major tells us, slnco ho
spent a Christmas nt homo, but, Judg
Inc from, his appearance and his
smllo- he enjoys his holidays as well
ns"tho Btnycrs-at-homo, and porbapa
u tlttlo better.'
Hut about this fr'eo Christmas din
ner have you hoped? If not, would
ou not llko to do so? Thero Is still
time. Aildrohs Mnjor Willis, P. 0.
Pox R18, or 811 Nuuanu s'trcot.
REAL ESTATE j TRANSACTIONS.
Entered forRecord, Dec. 21, 1010.
l.nhap'a (w) ioWahlucmnlknl ct al..I.
I.clliulu K Kcohokalolo ct nl to La-
halna Agrctl Co Ltd D
Lupita Kckniilahao and hsb to A M
Itrnwti Tr JJ..V... D
A SI Hrown Tr and wf to John I'
Colhurn Tr ., D
Kokichl Katsukl to Selublro Ugata
Akin to O II Falrchlld D
Maria ICugenlo nnd hsb to San Ant
Port Dent Socy of Haw M
Hosallo Fcnolrn by Odn lo Ellen K
John Makahln nnd wf to Y Ahln,.,.D
Ellrabeth H Watorliouso to John Wn
Valentino S Holt ct nl to Walalua
Agr Co Ltd .'....AM
Kallmauul Mabu to Walalua Agr Co
Mnttlo K Willing and hsb to Hllo
Railroad Co U
Entered for Record, Dec. 22, 1910.
Palolo Land & Imprvt Co Ltd to Pa-
lolo Hilt 'Tract Sec C Plan
Kan Wing Chow Tr ot al by Afft
of Mtgco to W O Smith.. Koro Affdt
"I am a candldalo for your hand.'
"Hut my parents have Indorsed an
other young man." "All right, 'I'll ruu
ns an Insurgent." Washington Herald.
The phyilclan who rtcommendj,
the patient who uses' ahd the
chemlit who analyzes
have tiUbllihtd It i pre"-tmlritnlly
the beil In purity, In perfection
and In reiultt.
No other preparation has. ,stood
such severe tests, such world-wide
Imitation and met with such'popu
lar and professional endorsement,.
To the babe, the child and the
adult It jives pure blood, strength
solid flesh and vitality. '
(Management .1. T. Scully) .
Instant Success of New Playhouse 1
CUOWDS TUUNKD AWAY
Hy special request, these marvel
ous dancers will repeat their great
original Acrobatic Danco every night
THE GREAT SNOOK
(Formerly of Kolli and'-Dill)
Assisted by CLEOPATRA DUNN
The Handcuff Prince In nirnntlfo-
ly new nM, Introducing ono ot bis
Operatic Meziii-Sopranii lit Hlgh.ClucB
Special Display of New
The Fniplro Is entirely retuodoled
btngo enlarged; fitted with opera
New Orchestra under the direction of
POPULAR PRICES. . . .10cr 15c. 25c
Maunakca Street, Hctwccn Hotel nnd
8:15 P. M. Sharp
JOE McOURN vs. JIM H0A0
Ot San Francisco Of Honolulu
$ 12 HOUNDS
BAUERS0CKS vs. FINK
Of Lcllcbun si Of Camp Very
YOUNG GANS ' vs. -SARC0NE
Of Honolulu Of Camp Very
General Admission, 50c; Reserved
Seats. $1; Rincr Side, $2..7rf.'i.,
Scats on Sale nt Fitzpatrlck llros.,
Hotel and Union Streets.
If you are looking
for a pretiyGold-
make sure that-ypu
see our assortment
before making," a
J, X. I.
' JEWELERS6" fi
Phone 2231. 113 Hotel St,
Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
UNDERWEAR OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, made under
the most sanitary conditions. Nothing but rcllabic laces and em
GOWNS $1.00 $ 1.50 $ 2.00 and up
CORSET COVERS 50 .75 1.00 and up
DRAWERS 50 .75 1.00 and up
COMBINATION OF COVER AND
SKIRT OR DRAWERS 1.50 2.00 2.50 and up
WHITE SKIRTS 1.50 2.00 2.50 and up
CHEMISES 75 1.00 1.50 and up
BRIDAL SETS 0.00 11.50 12.50 and up-
All Packages to the "Islands" will
be sent free of charge
Send for our Infants' and
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
Reprints of the latest popular fiction ,nicely bound
and handsomely illustrated!
Per .Volume, 75c ; Five for $3.00
The Christmas Bargain
Alex. Young Building. ;
Tender and Sweet
The Pond Dairy
An Appreciated Gift '
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its bbauty and useful-1
ness. Imported Chinese v goo is have both these qualities. I
Amonu the articles we are showinc are DRESS '.SILKS, SILK;'
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS iriull colors. 1
Buyinp ;'s made easy when you see this display.
We Invite you to call. . ' -jj
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
And now for the
If you want this pie to be the very best, make it of t
Heinz Mince Meat
which your grocer sells.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
' 5 1
Tai & Co.,
Phone 1020, -'
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