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"PAID IN FULL"
AT THE ORPHEUM
Howard Company Wiil Pre
sent Powerful Drama
s Read and Answer
Today's, Want Ads
West. They will appear nt tlio Sa
voy shortly after nt rival here, nml
will repkwe iliu Wilson SIsteiB, who
loft fur thu Oileiit osterday.
The Malan-Magruth Coined) Com
iany In rohcuisliig another farce lo
liu put on tomorrow night, wlieii tlio
itFiial midweek change of program
takes place. TIiIk wilt lie n sldo
rpllttlng faro. Dot llnjmnnd ami
(iiorgo Stanley will have now songs,
and )ii!c new ninis will bo dlsplacd.
PiofeKsor Anderson lias arranged an
entirely new ptogrnm of musical se
lections to lie rendered liy tlio or-
Toiilrlit nml tomorrow nlelil the
George II. Howard Company will pro- chest rn.
sont, nt the New Orphcum, Hugcnoi xr-z
k".1,1.-8; Z" V.'-S'MS BIJ0U'S BIG JNGAGEMENTS
In which It Is said that the troupe, . . . .wpi,b
-J appears to fully ns much advantage ,....., . ... ,,., Thpnl, .....i
tomoriow night theie will ho an nl-
Ti:i.Kinoxn acco ,
Hotel Street, Next to Young Hotel
TO.S'IHHT and TOMOIlltOWi
,us It did In "Thu Witching Hour,"
In which It mndu mich a decided Im-
OEOEGE B. HOWARD COMPANY
In Kitgonc Walter's (Ircat I'lny
"PAID IN FULL"
l'WDAY and SATUUDAY and
SATURDAY MATINEK at 2:30
(Any Seat In the Hotiso, 25 Cents)
New Year's Matinee and Evening
EVENING PRICES. . . .25c,- 35c, 50c
Fifty Cavalry Symphony Orchestra
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Largest Motion ncturo
Theater In City
(Management of K, J. Love)
SPECIAL CHANOU OK
Rollicking Farce Comedy by Malaiv
Magrath Comedy Company
In Ilaliy-Drawl Songs
! Tho story of "Paid In Full" Is the
old ono of tlio embezzler whoso
crimes flnall) romo lioinn to him, tho
sympathy which usually goes out to
the embeizlor being gotten around
hy tho portrayal of tho mean nml
' craven type. In tho end the wife,
whoso Inst spark of lovo for her lius.
i band tins lieeu Killed by his nttempt
j to sell her to a man whose money ho
embezzles, leaves him.
"Paid In Pull" will ho followed
l mi Pilday night, nt tho Saturday
SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY mntlneo and Saturday night by
December 31, January 1-2 "Sherlock Holmes." Mondny nfter-
'noon nlid evening "Hello, Hill!" will
bo given. This will mark the clos
ing of tho Howard season In IIo-
See the Man-Bird Fly
MARS, BALDWIN, SCHRIVER
LOOKING TO FUTURE
Preo transportation from end ot
car-lino to Mo.innlua grounds.
Manager Scully of tho Kmplro
Plights start nt 3 p. m. each day., ',,e,"ur '"" "' , " , ,, .
Tickets on salo at Kmplro Theater.' " for entertainers or his p. troi
ami in ceiiruary nu iu pn-cnt uno
of the most notnblo troupes of en
tertainers now playing to Western
i nudlonces "Tlio Pivo Columbians":
I regarded na tho most beautiful and
rellncd act In vaudeville.
! These five peoplo present ninny
musical fantasias, all as dainty as
' lilla nr nrnftilAII Thplr rnritlimpx IirO
THREE FLIGHTS DAILY
most until ely new company of vnude.
1 vlllu artists, the only one of tho old
favorites to it-main being Mlssdludjs
Mlddletun. Itowe, Kipling, Purryl
and llraiitoii have finished up, hut
all with thu exception of Dunn nndj
Ilrauton will appear la tho now
sketch, "Tho (lay .Mrs. Dollar." Tho'
first portion of this piece will bo.
concluded tonight, and the final In
stalment will be produced tomorrow
with a slightly altered cast. This!
will ho entirely different from tho
current piece, and there will be new
songs, s enery, etc. Tho new people
are F.d Qulgley, who arrived jestur-
day by tho Wllhelmlna, and Mlko
Pnton. Qulgley Is n blackifaco mo-j
nologue entertainer and eccentric
iluncer. He comes with n high rep
utation, and on his dancing alone It
Is considered that ho will be an In
stantaneous success. He does not,
howovcr. depend on his nblllty In
this direction alone, for he Is a really
good entertainer. About Mike Pa
ton It seems unnecessary to say any
thing. Ho Is about as popular as
aii)ono In Honolulu, and ho will bo
a tower of strength to ttul llliou
bill. As usual, an excellent program
of music is being rendered by tho or
chestra, and It Is highly approbated.
An Innovation that has met with
universal approval, Is tho distribu
tion of programs. Now patrons know
exactly who Is appearing, and, be
sides. It teems to rnlso tho tone of
Marilyn' "10 snow considerably in the ostium-
Hotel St., opp. Snvoy
(Management of J. T. Scully)
Matinees Every Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday at 2 P. M.
Hit of -he Week!
Dramatic Harmony SinfiiK
New Fancy Dancing!
Special Acrobatic Feature!
THE GREAT SNOOK
(Formerly of Kolli and Dill)
Assisted by CLEOPATRA DUNN
In Mystifying Magic!
Operatic Mezzo-Soprano In Hlgh.Class
New Orchestra under the direction of
POPULAR PRICES. . . .10c. 15c. 25c
LAST WKKK OP THIS QUKAT
MORRIS and WILSON
Acrobats mid Tumblers
PIUST WF.HK OP
EDWARDS and HOWARD
(Jreat Fancy Dancers
CI.OSINO NIC1IIT OP
MEDO-'A and SANDARTE
Artists In Oil and Sand
NEW PICTURES and NEW FILMS
(Management ot Sam Kuboy)
Hotel Street, Opposlto Ilotbcl
Pauahl, Near Port
and Safest Playhouse
llallads and Illustrated Songs
Stage view never obstructed dur
ing entire perlormnuco, Kve'ry stngo
LATKST MOTION PICTUUHSI
A Fifty.Cent Show for 10c and 15c
POSITIVELY NO IlKIIIKIl
Royal Academy of.
Odd Fellows' Hall
Children's dancing class every I rl -day
afternoon Ic Odd Fellows' Hall
at 3;iJn o'clock, I'rlvale lessons by
Mppolnlineiit, Phono 171'.
MIBH IIA'KI. IIUCKLANI),
tloiiB to the bill aro In conleniplntlou
by the management.
beautiful, Tho troupe Is composed
ll UtrU .U1IIU1 UIIU IttlllHJ, "'III;"!, -
Miller, n dainty little dancer a! Hon of the audience when t.oy have
.i,,,.. i,n. om.ufl.1 critic, tn nsk programs to rorer to.
whether, as an adult, she will ho a
Paul or an Adellna Genee. Tho Co
lumbians present a fantastic novelty,
n pocket edition of do luxe extrava
ganza. She" Is n too dancer, and for
polte, graco and puro beauty is as
near perfection as human limitations
will permit. Tills llttlo dancer as
pires to bo a second Ooueo, and It Is
believed sho will achieve all sho
hopes for. This company will bo
ono of tho most nmhltlouB bookings
Mr. Scully has arranged for In tho
next two months.
Meanwhllo ho has the Oludstona
Sisters, and they are making tlio;
real big hit of the town, Their ac
robatic danco Is Just now tho rage,
nml adult and young patrons nllko
tltnl them entortalneiH of tlio first
Tomorrow evening thcro will ho
nil entire, change of hill at tho Km-pile.
Tho Hawaiian bund will give a
public cuutvrt this evening lit Aalu
Purk at 7:30, Following is the pro
gram of selections
March The Navy Pether
Overture Poet and Peusunt. .Suppo
Hallad Morning Heethovon
Uomlntsccnces of Verdi. ,, .Uodfroy
Vocul Hawullan Songs
. Ar. by Merger
SAVOY EXPECTS NEW
- TALENT THIS WEEK
New talent will arrive on the HI
errn on' Friday to be booked at tin)
flmoy Tlicilcr. This talent Is said
to he ii comedy troupe which lias
Hindu ii line ii'piltatlou In the Kant
ITU 'Btuhij iilnl Iiuh Jiut readied tin
Selection Christmas Dream . . . ,
liilermozzo Fairyland Heme,
Finale Turk lull Idyll and Ange-
Tho Star Spangled lUiiner.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
fur wcalih tuiils al Ilin
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets
THE VAN-BARKLEY COMPANY
MASTER JIMMTE VAN
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a, si, to 10 p. m.
and Pn'vate Instruction,
NO FLEET FOR
As announced In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
several weokif ugo tho Pacific fleet or
any of the ships of the fleet will not
come to Honolulu for the February
carnival, u letter being received from
Acting Secretary of tho Navy Win
throp to this efTect by Director Wall
of the Floral Parade by yesterday's
mull. The letter follows:
"Tho receipt of jour letter of the
2Cth ultimo, reiiiestlng that the Pa
cific fleet, or a portion thereof, be
sent to Honolulu on the occasion of
Hie Floral Parade and carnival, Feb
ruary SI, IUI1, Is acknowledged, ami
In reply I beg to Inform you that a
schedule of military exercises has
been adopted for Hint fleet for Die
j car IUII, under which the entire
II cut u 111 lie iinuiiceil In tint vicinity
of Pilget Konnil and on the southern
lalliornia coast during the months
of Jauuury, February and March, mid
I ngiel that It ulll not be prnctlr
llhle fur tliil licet In he present lit the
"I Da Nat Know ItJ
but I red It" ,
HAT kind of n captain wns he, daddy?" asked Jack trhen daddy
told the namo of the story ho wns nboiu to tell. "Was ho a con
tain In the army or the captain of one of tho great blc ships
which go to Lurope?"
That wade daddy laugh. "He was neither, son," ho said. "Thcro nra
other kinds of captains besides the two kinds you have named. Tho captain.
In this story was tho oaptntn of n llttlo llshlng ship which sailed away from
n city called (iloucestor la search of flsh. Tho captain bad a wife uml'a
daughter, Dora, of whom he was very fond.
"It made Dorn cry sad when her daddy had to leave home on his fishing
voyages. lie pivfened staying at home, of course, but ho had to go to earn
money for mother and llttlo Dorn, Dora was n true sailor's daughter. In
stead of pla lag with dolls, like other llttlo girls, sho used to play with llttlo
toy boats. V
"One day Dorn enme homo and found her mother crying bitterly. Why,
mamma, what Is the matterl' asked tho little girl. 4 t
"There has been n great storm, nml some of tho fishing vessels havo been
wrecked,' said Doin's mother. 'I am iifnild your father's ship Is lost, as noth
ing has lieen heard from her. We will never see father again.' ",
"'I nni sure vv Khali, mother,' said Dora. Aud sho said it so confidently
that her mother looked up. , 2-
"'How do you know wo shallV sho asked. -
" '1 do not know It, but I feci It,' said Dora. And sho did not cry for her
father. You must not nsk mo how sho could feel It, for I do not know, but I
do know that this Is n true story. i
"Dora's ehce-rfulnoKM made her mother feel better for a time. lint when
n week passed unit father did not return and thcro was no news from him
his wife became ory sad again and cried almost all day. Dora, too, was bo
ginning to feel sail, but sho did not cry, fur sho wanted to cheer her mother.
"Ono evening mother was putting Dora to bed. Thcro camo a sound of
voices from downstairs, nml Dora sat up straight In bed. 'Mother, mother,'
sho cried, 'I told you father was not drownedl I hear hut volcol' And suro
enough in another minute father camo Into tbo room. J
"Ills ship had been wrecked in tho great storm, but ho and nil his men
had saved themselves In tho ship's boats. They had later been picked up by(
a big ship and taken to Itoslon, and there tho captain bad obtained work that
MA.tl.1 1 1,1m, ramn h nn alinrn " ..... '
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