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'EVENtNO-BULLETIfl, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1111.
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The report brought back from Cali
fornia by Secretary II. P. Wood, of
the Hawaii Promotion Committee,
Ih'at Richard Walton Tully'a drama
"Tho Bird, of Paradise," the "icenea
of which ar laid In1 lfawall, Is' p'rov
IriR an Immense suaceec, glvei added
interest to the folloivlng outline of (ho
Btpry or gleaned from tlio program
of' tho Uclaaco tlivatre, Los Angeles:
ind tho Uclascd Theatre Qompany
lirciient for Jlo Meat time on any
stage a ew J.lay In three
TUB HlitD Of l'AHAlllSB
by Jllcliard Walton Tully co-author
of "Tli Kcsd of tho llancho,"
Produced under the dlrec
' Uon of J-nien Nell.
a CaBt of CliarJcter'11.
(Arraiujed, In 'he order of thotr flrt'
. aficarnnco.) '
Mllha Mlsa Allco Kendall
Makla ...1. ... ...Mlaj Kmma O'ltoark
Kanua,.Mr. W. K. Kolomoku; Kapnlo,
: Mr. J. J, Kulolla; Nalhu, Mr. S. I
M. Knlawe; Kuaklnl, Mr. A.
J Kawala; Uinliiule, Mr. W.
I H D., Aekoi-Hnwnllan
' " ' Blnera.
Mnhumahti Mlaa Ulllan Rlllott
I Kala ,.."....,... .Mr. Donald Uowles
.Lemuelo ......... .Mr. ftlcliard Darbco
(topoe.,'i...'Mlas (orrlnu 'Van' Keuren'
Konla ,:..K MUs Mabel Wytnon
"Hewahowa .f.Mr. Howard Hickman
'l.iiana, ....... Mls.i Ilcatle Barrlncalo
"Paul Wllaon .....Mr. I.ewla S. Stouo
"-Captain Hatch ...,Mr. Richard Vivian
Mr, Bysonby..Mr. Jamea K,. Appiebnc
'Mrs. 8yannby.,..MlHs Carol Marshall
'Diana jirned...Mls Helena Siilllvaiij
I Mr. David Landa'i
Hoheno .-. .....Mr Krod Hamcr
Tanioro Mr. Joseph M. Cox
Mrs. Crothcrs..Mln8 Adelo Karrlngton
Mr. JamcHon Mr. Fred Ilainer
Miss Kennedy ...Miss Florence Dtier
Synopsis of Scenes. (
, Act I Tho Wild'. A beach, cave
and native house on the Puna Coast,
Island of Hawaii,-,
Two Years Elapse.
Act H The JflsC Interior ., of rtho
IS BECOMING A TOPIC OF THE HOUR
.Nominations of Candidates will be received up to 5 p. m.
of October 20, and the GreatContest Will Start the Next
Following are the Oahu Prizes:
Would Give Much. to Witness
Dedication of Campanile.
IIO.MK, Srptrmbur 30. That I'opo
.Piii.i X, who lias now beep a prisoner
'lu' tho Vatican for olght years, Is Buf
fering deeply of lioiueBlckness became
known today, when, to a former Vene
tian Intimate he declared Hint ha
would willingly give two years of his
life If lie could witness tho coming
dedication .of' Hie new "Canipunlle,"
or bell tower, of tho famous Cathe
dral of Kt. Mark at Venice.
Previous to his election as Popo In
1903, slnco which time Jio has never
been outside the Vatican, Popo Plus
was Patriarch of Venice, whero, In
same native houKc.
i. JM t rnDYH-Kla'
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i l 8c
1900, the old Campanile of St. Mark,
considered the finest bell tower In the
world, collapsed. Tho work of re
building It has, been in progress ever
llBlnce. and Ittls'tluTardelit deslro'tb
sco .the coming inauguration, which
will now tnke place In u few months,
that has caused Pope Plus again 'to
confess to tho homesickness that
characterized tho first few years of
his reign. ,
Act MI Scene 1; Tlirf Cam: ,linal
df (dairtaliu - llatdi'B Wllal ? Wnlklkl
jIleach.-Honolulu..-., ' '
I Scene 2: Freedom. The House of
JKYerTastlng.Flre.iKllauen. Timel Tho
revolutionary days of. tba early nine
ties.! , 'Ol.l" !i
The Volcano setting and effects In
the last act of ifThe Bird of Para
dise" Invented and patented i by the
author, Richard Walton Tu ly.
I The Hawaiian Star
I 4 First-
m : . t . n 111 :
.. ination Bl
Under the enervating con
ditions of our climate
there is particular need
for some force -giving
this tonic is
Thejf3eer That's brewed I
ItxSuit The ( limate I
A Fairiily Beer that should
fee in every home
-Fine Building Lot in Kaimuki
-Savings Bank Account of $300
-Ticket to Coast and return,
with pocket money
fiWit Selection of Books d$l50 - y
h-Trip and WeekitcaM
Seventh Furniture Order, $75
Eighth Music Order, $50
Ninth -Hardware Order, $50 :-k
fehth Jewelry Order, $50
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And Travel Prizes for the Other Islands. Clip the .tiorn-
ank from THE STAR, Fill it Out and Send to the
Boy Scouts Will Destroy Poi
' The Hoy Scouts of America nro be
ing taught to be cautious and also to
wceas ana musnrooms. iney ore in- many persons everv venr nro klllr.l
structed how to illstlngulsh between, simply through their lack of knolV
tho ' poisonous fcnd' non-po.lsonois edge ' of poisonous mushrooms and
weeds, to know tho difference between weeds. It Is nnnarent. also, how crtat
mushrooms that are edible and those B help the hundreds of thousands f
;""rr" "" !"... ..u u u-.v , ituy awUla wmJ auiiuire mis Knowi-
Tho, value of tills educational work
bo helpful to othors by learning about Is apparent when It Is considered haw
edge can bo, to tho country at large.
The splendid 'work of tho Doy
Scouts has so Impressed1 Adjutant
Cenoral Forbes' that he has Issued
orders for the organization of a spe
cial mounted' scout corps to be at-1
tacnea to cacti or tho inrantry regi
ments of the California National
Guard, each corps to consist of two
men from each company under the
command of a commissioned otjlrer
to' be upuolntedt by the regimental
commander. This will make Tu, regi
mental scout corps or twenty-four, en
listed men and the officer.
The scouts will be attached directly,;
to regimental headquarters, but will.;
work, on scout problems ' solely andH
ulll tin )ia raftliirAA tri"'An fatriltnl.
Infantry work, although'' each scout,
who 'Will be a. loan picked for his
qualifications, must have had consid
erable Infantry experience.
The, scout corps will bo mounted.
and the; members i of tho organization;
must have a working .knowledge .of!
Inrantry, cavalry and signal corps
work, for the services of the corps!
will utilize all three branches, The
scout must know how to, take care of;
his horse, how to' draw field maps, to
Blgnal with flags, the heliograph and
the torch, and must be proficient In
several other branches of the military
service before he Is passed as a, scout
The Fifth Regiment, N. O. C, under
command of Colonel Smith, will prob-,
ably be the first organization to have
a scout corps, hi the men, 'of edch
company In tbe'Vegtment are working
liurd on the examination problems toi
..... .1... nH..n,lil.iji ...mln.tlnn fni"'
CI11CI II1C VUmilDIIIIIV wM,M,..w,.w. ....,
sergeants, corporals and privates of.
The horse and field equipment has.'
already been requisitioned by Qunr-v
termaster. Captain Peterson, and he
expects the scout equipment for,, the
nlfiU n.l.A a ftt .. tinnHnlinriofl '.
rum iicguueui w uwui- iwumhuhivi
by October 10th.
STEALING CANAL MEN . . h
IS BARRED IN PANAMA
PANAMA. September 29. In or
der to prevent the exportation of
cnnul laborers "by designing contrac
tors who can find a ready market for
their scrviccH in Ilrazll' and other Soutli
American countries, 'the Assembly has
passed a law providing that any for
eigners found recruiting' cnnul laborers
shall bo xummarlty deported. Native
PunamniiK who, try tq persuade cnnul
employes la leave their work must pay
a line of no) lfss. than J1000 nor niorx
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