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5 Vaudeville Acts 5
The Great Lady Baritone Singer
In Laughable Comedy Sketch,
Illustrated Songs and Moving
This $2,200 Chalmers-Detroit
Is the grand first prize now being offered by the
INDEPENDENT THEATER CO.
to patrons of
The Independent Theater
Tills ureal offer In mmle liy tlu Independent Theater Company to celebrate tlm
Opening1 of the Asahi Theater
THE GREATEST SHOW EVER PRESENTED AT POPULAR PRICES. Tli lilB Clmluura-UetroU
Car lll Im preHtiiteil to the inoit i.i.pul.ir patron, Mini the popularity of thu winner will liu decided
of iniri'lumiTB of tickets ,
Contest Headquarters have been opened at the Pacific Photo Gallery, 17 Hotel street.
Cut Out This Coupon It's Good For Votes
Independent Theater Co.
The Asahi Theater
In the Grand Voting Contest of the Independent
Company , .
I hereby noinlnuto;
This cotiion, If presented at nny of tho Independent Theiiterx,
tOKether with ono paid nilinlsslon, will entitle tlm contestant to
tho follnvvlnR votes: rivi'-O'iit tkkil, 1(1 otcH; (t n-t'eiit, !t voted;
fifteen-cent, 40 oleH, on the evening of April 19
"A Tip on the
BIJOU PRESENTS TONIGHT
A COAST HEADLINER
Tho HIJou theater will tonight pre
sent n toant lu'.-nll lnor In the dainty
person of MIhr Kvn Murine, regarded
ns (inn of tlm Mars of vaudeville, who
lias been tuitrliiK In the Orplieum
(Count) circuit, and was only poctirecl
fur the Ilunolnlii Amusement Com
pany because alio hnd nemo open time.
She g one of the bent lightning change
nrtlHts on the Btage, doing nn net
which JiistlfH'H her reputation. She
carries out tin entire net, In which sev
eral characters nre presented, repre
senting each one herself For In
stance she appears In n bathing suit.
In a bench scene, drops behind a rock
and n parasol, coiiversm with nn un
seen "Charley," unif In the twinkling
of nn eye, "Charley" appears on the
scene, hut It Is only Miss Mmlgn In
her lightning character change. She
makes several changes In her net and
sustains the characters throughout
Miss Mudge has u star reputation on
the mainland nnd Is one of the biggest
attractions brought to Honolulu for
some time. The Younger Brothers
will appear In a strong-mnn net, nnd
both will gln nn exhibition of bunch
ing their muscles. Tho trained lions
will be exhibited only. tonight nnd to
The Bnvoy will present tonight hov
cll and King, the Australian team,
who will Introduce their own compo
sition, "The Illlnd Miner," In which
King has opportunity to show his
powers ns a mouoluglst. This Is a pa
thetic scene and bus many thrilling
situations. Tho Anker Sisters, In ad
dition to several new songs. Including
"Tho Arab's Ihe.nu," and "He's u Col
lego Hoy," will dunce the fascinating
Tarantella The management has se
cured an unusually line collection of
moving pictures, all new to Honolulu.
The Hmplre theater has two strong
features for the week I'astor and
Merle, the newest team, gives n com
edy, "The Johnnie and the Soubrette,"
In which I'astor does many funny ac
robatic stunts. In the funniest of his
many comic makeups, while Miss
Merle will sing llnv Hand's latest song
success, "You'll Come Hack " Miss
Merle's voice Is one of the matt un
usual heard In the vaudeville. Foley
and Knrle, the clog dancers, Intro
duce now steps and by request Foley
will give his ruinous "Dope Fiend's
Dance" ugnln A new series of lllms
will also be showii
Wvnhlr It u 1 1 1 1 n SI per rear.
Maunakea Street, Near Hotel
Under Management of
l.NDKPKXDRKT TIIIIATIIU CO.
5-Vaudeville Acts -5
AND PHOTO PLAYS
$2200 Chalmers-Detroit Coupons Given
Away in All of Company's Theaters
Hotel Street, Near Nuuanu
NEWE8T PHOTO PLAYS
This Theater 1 Independent of nil
So Get the INDEPENDENT HABITI
Get your votes for $850 Ford AUTO
MOBILE Contest now onl
LOWEST PRICES IN CITY
COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 6
Who Challenges All Comers
Frank Gotoh vs.
The Russian Lion
A good, clean performance Ladles
will he Interested III witnessing tills
exhibition of stiength and skill,
POPULAR PRICC8... 10c, IBc, 25o
"Tlin 11KI TIIIJATIMI"
The Mainland Orpheum Circuit
Greatest Lightning Quick-Change
Artist in Vaudeville
She Is the Most Kipenslvo Attlst
Only Two More Nights to See the
Strom; Men, In Tents Which Hlvnl
Those of S.mdovv
NEW MOVING PICTURES
AMATEURS - - FRIDAY
WHERE THE FILMS ARE CATCHY
cooi, oi'iiN-Ain tih:ati:ii
Don't Miss New Changos Tonight
"THE BLIND MINER"
A I'utlutlc Sketch, by the Australian
King and Lovell
A Pretty "Tarantella" Danced by the
"He's a Col It Be liuy
"Harden of Hoses"
"I'M um Arms Around Me"
NEW NON-FLICKER FILMS
"For a Coiy Evening"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
.The runny Artists
Pastor and Merle
In "Tho Johnnie and the Soubrette"
MISS .Mi:itl,Ca fiaturet Iluv.ll.iinl's
sonif success, "VOtTIJL- COMI2 UACK."
I'ASTOlt In eccentric comedy.
Foley and Earle
Ily Kpetlil Request Will Itepe.it tho
DOPE FIEND'S DANCE"
Newest Films on "The Empire Screen"
ALWAYS POPULAR PRICES
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
Two Shows a Night
MATINEE SATURDAY, 2l30, with
admission to all parts of the house
Evening admission during balance of
week, 25o and 60c.
Pictures are exhibited by Eddio Fer
nandez. NEW ORPHEUM THEATER
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAMKS - - TWO OAMKS
1i30 JAPANE8E vs. HAWAIIS
3i30 STARS vs. P. A. C.
Reserved Henls for center of grand
stand can be booked at II O Hull &
Son's sporting department. Entrance,
Prices 35c, 25c and 15o
1. lVa. 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAU0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
Every steamer brings us
Amongsti the new arrivals are
in Foulards and Marquisette
In our WASH GOODS department we are
showing an extensive assortment of
at 20c yard
HAS Tim r-ATTnST TURKHVa IN THR TKUUITOIIY. Wll
ItlX'HIVni) A ailll'MIINT ON .SATURDAY. AM, YOUNO.
IWT AND JUICY. TUP.Hi: AUII ,TIIK IHSH" IIIHH3 12
iiavh on-nniiu i-on a i.ono timi:.
HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors
AND YOU WANT A GOOD
HAVE ARRIVED AND ARE NOW
ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE
The abovo cut illustrates one of the new Pumps which we have
In suede, patent and white canvas.
We have about SO pairs of Walkover Shoes in broken lines, In
Tan and Dlack, button, formerly selling for $4.50 and $5, which we
will sell for the ridiculoutly low price of $2.50 a pair while they last.
L. B. KERR
JOB, SEE ME TOM IHARP
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
. CO., Ltd.,