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HVENINO I11TLLF.TIN, HONOLULU, T H, TIH'IISDAY DIT 29. 1910.
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THE LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS
IN SONO AND STOIIY, MY
Miss Helene J. Sloaue
Under the Auspic;s of the Scottish Thistle Club
Young Hotel Ball Room
JANUARY 2 -8 15 I" M.
Tickets. 75 Cents on Sale at Bciestrom Music Co.
mmmm T ff 'M "i MM M
Hotel Street, Next to Young- Hotel
LAST rOl'K NIGHTS OP
GEORGE B. HOWARD & COMPANY
"PAID IN FULL"
TQMOKUOW, SATUUDAY anil
SATURDAY MATINKK nt 2:30
(Any Scat In tlin House, 2." CciiIb)
William Gillette's Success
New Year's Matinee
and New Year's Night
Tiftli Cavalry Symphony Orchestra
i:vi:nino pki('i:s....-;ip, line, roc
Hotel. Opposite Bethel
Largcnt Motion l'tcturo
Theater In City
(Management of 12. J. Lovo)
SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY,
December 31, January 1-2
See the Man-Bird Fly
MARS. BALDWIN, SCHRIVER
Howards Present Strong Wal
ter Drama in Satisfyintj
Lmtua HrookR. ,
Jnmes Hmlth. .. .George 11. Howard
lion wiir given before tiro oltlcfnls nifl
warders of the iih lutii)
When laced up in thU Jacket
Snook's arms aro cnnllncd completely,
his hands LeliiK enclosed In su n-np
Bleetcs. Up will nsk m,IIpo olllclnls
fir 118)111111 OIIICInlH () lace llllll 111) In
the Jacket, from which he guarantees
to eseupo In duo time.
This net only goes to demonstrate
what a ersatlle nudeillo pctfnrin
pr Snook Ik. Hh wiir Introduced In
Honolulu In spiritualistic palilnpt
iipI, duplicating many fpatH of Ihu no
called mediums, llu followed with n
Yiddish character sketch, following
CUHTISS 111 PLANK
1'rpo transportation from end
car-lino to Moanalua grounds.
Flights stint nt I! p, in. each day.
TltkelH on tale at Luiplro Theater.
' " ' " " i tlmt m III. nicii.lA .! ....... ...... . , i.
Hetty Jtinson'" ,, ,, i i "iu;R
,. ii iinwnni '" ,no t'v"',"!t trlulu of escaping from
Jackets, ImiKlciiffH and shackles,
l!ilnn lliifiil.ill. l,i-.i.l.lHI,i .. ....a-
Hi"! '"u'lnr" """n Sla,!T,flc elections. will also sIi.r popular
Captain Williams Ouy Illtner',,,,.,,. she possesses a beautlfuMolee,
t",to Arthur Kltun uppenliiiR to the Rullcry Rods an to
I the lilRher-prlcpil patroiiR.
"Paid In Full" In some lespccts The Gladstone SIsterH will chnngo
Is the most sallsfyliiR thliiR the Ilow-i their pioRrnm, rendcrliiR n haimony
nnU Iiiimj done since they rame to bIiirIiir selection, following liy n pret
liiMiuiiuu. nicy i,il-iiuii in. i an ur-.iy ssin uiuipp, poucluil imr wti a
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
THE VAN-BARKLEY COMPANY
MASTER JIMMIE VAN
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Royal Academy of
Odd Fellows' Hall
Ni:V TALKNT KUIDAY NIGHT!
Ni:V HILL TONIGHT!
THREE FLIGHTS DAILY
(Management of Sam Kulioy)
till ii II til I II tlilu tinto ntf ! 1 l'ntlni'
I'lli. Ulil in una iillllH Mil t) llltvi
diama last nlRht, and when they
rIvp) the last performance of this
tiiiBHijiclInn of real life tonlRht,
there miRht to lie uon a hlRRcr
Paid In Kull" Rhes Hetty Jon
Min. the pretty hiiir woman who
In private life Is Mrs. GeorRe How
nrd, the liest role she has had durlliR
the visit, or else It only seems In fit
hpr liettpr. Ccrtuliily the charaitcr
of the iiilet, cnpulile,, hroad and
uolile-he.irtpil woman who Is the un
fortunate wife of tho weak Joseph
., U,v .,.,, n,a. in... me .- hnwepr ,llkes
miliar io .miss johboii b own nature, t0 ,nima
new series of acrobatic dances
MORE TALENT EN-ROUTE
FOR SAVOY THEATER
Tomorrow nlRht thp Saoy theater
management will put on new talent
which Is due heie tomonou on the
Sierra. They aie tho ('raufoid and
Meeker comedy team Crawford does
comedy and Meeker has stralRht en
tertalnment. lloth comedians hae
Just lllled a RUPtessful piiRiiRPiupnt at
tho National Theater, San Francisco
I lie reRUlar cIiiuiro or proemm,
place tonlRht, when
niiRenient will Intiodnco u new
. . ... . . .
mi sue expiesses me ui.iiosi raiuo-;tt,nlor. Thl8 U ,,,, ot Haymoiiil.
ilnl streiiRth and nrfectlon of Uinma , nm nrrUe ,,,, tlp KtllKU ,,, er
llrooks In un unusually clover man- new airship, and she will then sIhr
Malan-M.iRrnth Jolly Comedy Cone
p.iny PicrciitR a runny Knrco
Dutch and Irish Comedy
t AVIATOR DOT RAYMOND
.' In Her Own Alishlp
t i Ni:V SONGS!
More New Il.illads
Frank Anderson's Orchestra
, N13V TILMS JUST AUUIVLD
StoRn lew nor ohstructed clur
lnB ontlre performance. Hery Btngo
Popular Prices . . .Never Chanced
Hotel St., opp. Savoy
(Management of J. T Scully)
ANOTIinit CATCHY VAl'DIH'ILLH
Hotel Street, Opposite Ilethcl
Paunhl, Near Fort
I And how nnono could overlook
Howard himself as James Smith, the
f i lend of the family, Is unthtnkahle.
To tho writer, James or "Jlmsy,"
as ho Is known Is one, of tho most
hnniilo characters of present-day
ilt. una. Ills fcclf-cffniltiR kindness.
pleiUinnt humor as easy as nil old
nnd Safest Playhouse shoe uiu somewhat sentimental
trend or mind aie comiiined liy mo
HIGH CLASS VAUDKVILLK!
LATHST MOTION PICTUHKS!
phiywilRht and tho BttiRO manager
Into n chap ou want to know In
The Malau-Magrath Jolly comedy
company has u real lle-wliu farce
for this eenlng, entitled 'Tolled
Mashers " Tho name indicates plen
ty of fun ahead, and Dutch and Irish
comedy will he Intermingled Georgo
Stanley has new hallads, ono of which
will ho Illustrated, and n number of
new lllms, which arrived on the Wll
hclinlna, will ho pioJcUed on the
sci pen. Prof. Andei son's oichcstru
will tender an entliely now program.
PIERRE BARRON ;
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladies' Men's and Children's!
uusscs. itours: a. m. to 10 p. m.
and Pnvate Instruction.
Guy llltner lias another Impoitatit SPANISH DANCERS
A Fifty-Cent Show for 10c and 15c
POSITIVELY NO IIIGIIIMt
role that of Captain Williams, a
hard, rough, uncouth sort of n per
son and In contrast to Joo llrooks'
weak Inefficiency, tho rolo Is woll
ilono, Olher D. Italley Is very good
as HrooKs. himself tho hest work he
, has done hero.
i Tomorrow night the hill Is "Sher
Continued Success of tho
More Harmony Singing, Dainty Skirt
Dauco, New Acrohntlc Teats
Operatic Me70 Soprano, In HIrIi-
Clats and Popular Selections
THE GREAT SNOOK
(Mnrnuirly of Kolli nnd Dill)
Will Ksutpo from 11 Hegtilatlon
BtralRht-Jackct in full vlow I
of the uudloiuii I
Coziest nnd Most Complete Vaude
ville Theater in the Otv
SPIU'IAL ril,M DISIJLAY
Orchestra Under the Dii-ectioiil of
HARRY WEIL :
POPULAR PRICES. . . .10e, 15c, 25o
last wi:i:k of tiii: oiihat
MORRIS and WILSON
Acrobats mid Tumlilors
rmsT wukk or
EDWARDS and HOWARD
Gteat r.iticj Dancers
CLOSING NIGHT OF
MED0RA and SANDARTE
Artists In Oil and Sand
SNOOK'S GREAT ACT
AT EMPIRE TONIGHT
Tho remoMil of a stralghtjacket in
full view- of the audience will bo und
ertaken tonight by Tho Gipat Snook,
I who will present ono of his Most
, startling acts. While most acts cf
, tills kind aro paitially performed 1:1 a
j cabinet, Snook will show- the, iuuIIpuco
I exactly how ho Rets lid of this most
effective restraint for Insane mid re
' fractoiy prisoners Tho Jacket which
I ho will nso was one which was pie-
ttnntpil In lilm lit llip nllleliilu nt
NEW PICTURES and NEW ITLMS Stockton, Cal, Insane nsjlt nftei
he had Rotten out of It This exlilhl-
AT THE PARK
Arrived In appropriate costumes,
Howard and IMward, the i.ew talent
nt tho Park Theater last night, pre
sented a Spanish fandiirifo. Howard
plays an accompaniment on a man
dolin while Miss Kdmtrds da'ices
Her Interpretation of tho dauco has
Just enotiRli of abandonine'i to prop
erly portray the feellnu Ir the dance
und nt the same time is to gracelul
that It does not Jar. Pinvlous to th1
dance Howard Hings 1 riig-lliuo song
with a Gideon turn ami illustrates It
with glldliiR dunco steps Tho ap
plause that greeted these two pei
formers lust night Is evidence that
they will continue to he ftimrltis nt
tho Park for tomo time
Mcdnra and B.indaite clued hist
nlRht and Morris and V'INen will end
their Honolulu engagomeut Suturdcy
night nnd proceed to V11 Const to lie
gln a long engagement The motion
pictures uro good at the Park and llu
orchestra ono of the best In the clt.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
Children's dancing class ovory Krl- LWATIVK UROMO-QUININH, rc-
day uftornoon lu Odd Fellows' Hull moves the cause. Ubul the world over
nt 3: SO o'clock. Private lessons by tc, cure n redd in one d.iy. i:, V.
iiiiiiiilmont. Phono 17 1 OROVJi'S Uinatua' 011 each U,x. Ma.U
MISS HA'HL IIUCKLAND. l,j
47!1-Im 1'MtIJ UUDlL'lNi: LI). K4I11I Lml U. 8.
FRESH FACES AT BIJOU
The thciitorgociH of Honolulu seem
to prefer good dancing, and it huh
with this In mind that the manage
ment of the HIJou Ibeatei eiiguged
IM Oulgle) (Julgley h u capital ec
centric dancer, and lie should ha 'e no
dllllcully lu establishing himself us a
linn fiiMirlte at the llrst show tonight.
In addition to this he knows a lot of
funny stories tlmt nre giitimnt,"d to
be iipw and exciters of tho risible fac
ulties With Mike Paton also in tho
bill the HIJou has a strong couple
Mike has not got to mako a reputa
tion for himself In Honolulu as un
entertainer, he did that Ioiir agi, but
he inci eases his noiitiliirlti nt null
nppearanpe Miss Glmljs Mlddlcton'
win him) (oiiiiiiiiiic 10 i lie vivlJWllo
see lion, and her excelk-it 1 Inglng t
still remains a fea'uie 'if the e'iow
"The Gay .Mrs. Dollar" will inhume I
another stiiRo of her Journey, und It
Is een funnier than the llrst portion.
It will bo entirely dlffpipiit in Hmi
part already seen, und there will bo
some fresh faces In the cast Tomor
row night will ho amateur nluht. i.ml
.Manager Kubey has a big batch of j
aspirants to turn loose, so t im
should ho plenty of fun muting Aiulo
they hno the limelight. The pro
gram to bo piesented for tho balance
of the week is Indeed a ery strong
one, and should draw crowded housis.
YOUTH ROBS FRIEND I
IN LATTER'S SLEEP
Hawaiian "Rolls" Portuguese
coy ot uoat and Seventy
Spoiled ThWCompletc ly.
OF course when daddy told Iheljn nnd Jnel: the name of this story
Ihcljn lauglipd. and Jaik mid It wasn't f-t, tlutt he wai not lazy, i'
"This boy Jink." said dndily. "Ihed ti bU mother. They
were quite poor, but Jack liked nnthlnj U'tter than to lie In thJ
sunslilno lu the summer or b the Hie In the wlnlei mid do nothing until lilt
mother said tlmt he must go ami earn hi nun llWiig
"The llrst place Jack worked was for a farmer, who cue him a penny for
liN dnj's work. Jack had neer had nn. luiiuet before, so lu coming borne bO
tossed It up and down As he piis-d ner u lueok iu. mone.v was loit. 'You
stupid boy, jou should hnve put It Into jour pocket !' uhl bli mother.
"The next day Jack umkiil for a cow keeper, who gine him u Jar of mill!
for Ids daj'8 work Jack put thp milk lu his pocket. Of curse It wis nil
Willed and lot. 'Denr me,' snld his mother, 'jou should bine carried It mi
your bead!' 'I'll do so next time. snld Jupk.
v "Next, Jack worked for another fanner and got u cream chpese'for Ml
services. He put the cheese cm his head mid wulkiil home, liy tho tltuo ho
Rot there the i,Iiiii was spolh-d. 'Von ,boul,l Ihm, carried It In your bands'
said bis mother. Til go so next tlmp. imnh.-i.' s.ii, j,(l K. '
"Jack reivhpd fur bis next ,bij's mult n i-il He tried to carry It hoino-.
In Ids honiK us b s mother had whl. hut the pit scrjitched lilm so that ho
bad to let It go, mid It rim nway. Hl motlier said, 'You should have led It
home with n piece of siring'
"Hut tho next time he worked It wns for n butcher, nnd bo recplvi-d a
shoulder of mutton Jnck spoiled IhN iph-tely bv tjlng n string to It nnd
dragging It homo through the mini -Oh. dear me,' said hW mother"'iou
should hno canliil It home on jmir shoulder!'
"For his nel daj's woik Jink niched a donkey. He uns n strong boy
nnd, remembering his mother's nth lev to carry thing home cm hU shoulder'
bo hoisted the donkey up ami sturlpd to can J It home Now, there lived 111
that town n rich man nnd bis daughter. This jnimg girl wns pry snd with,
out nny reason, mid tho doctors bad said Hint she would dip If she did not
laucli. Tho rkli man said tlmt she should marry nnv one who nindo bee
Inngh, nnd ho would ghe a large sum of inonej to her husband No one bad
ever been able to make her laugh. Irj ax hard in be might, hut when sho saw
Jnck come walking pnt slowly with the donkev on his shoulders nnd tluj'
donkej's two foro feet sticking out In flout cf his face the girl laughed loni
aud lienrtlly. The -leh nan ept his inimse by mnrrylug "r v aok." '
(SlHlal Uu I let In Cernsimnilinre.)
HILO, Dec. 20. William 111 ay, n
joung Hawaiian, who arrived lu
llllo ciul) a Luuplo ot mouths ago,
was last Saturday moiiilng arrested
on it cli.iige of larceny In tho 111 et
degree. He Is alleged to huve stolen
a coat und J78 from a Portuguese
boj who rooms in tho Scrrao build
ing. It appears that llray was a friend
of tho bo whom ho robbed, and that
ho often spent tho night lu his room.
Last Frldayv tncnlug llray told the
Portuguese, that he would not cmnci
to bis room that night, as ho Intend
ed to do some music piactlslng. From
what the pollen hae learned, how
cer, it appears that he went to the
room nt about midnight nnd took
the coat and the money, wbllo his
friend wns asleep. Tho coat ho hid
In sonio bushes nt the George Kill
hennl pinto, and the follow lug morn
ing ho turned liter to n Chinese.
Inundrymaii for safe keeping nil the
mono), with tho exception of a
couple or dollais which ho had
llray appeared on Salurdiu morn
ing before Judge Andrews, a pliargs
of l.irrnny In tho llrst dpgrpp having
been placed against lilm He v,K
commuted to the giand Jury
Commence the New Year with a'
T TT''MVi A TiT M
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