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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. 5, 1912.
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., IM
I TORT AND HOTEL STREETS w
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Is the Best
Your Grocer Sells it
J. A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
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NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOUT STKKKT, MM II MIMtniAM1.
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp has been entirety
overcome in this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamp, hava all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNQ3TEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
DELICIOUS MUTTON, SPRING" LAMB, RABBITS.
RECEIVED EX S. 3. MARAMA. TESTED FOB PURITY BY
PROT. BLANCHAUD AND CAME UP TO ALL REQUIRE
MENT8 Or PURE FOOD LAW.
HEILBRON A LOUIS, Proprietors
IN GREAT FARCE
Mr Clarke linn c!iohcii for tonlRht's
Mil another o( (leorifo , lirnadliurnt'H
plavR, "Why Smith I.cfl Homo", which
linn been iill.v at) led tho companion
piece of "Wlmt llniiciicil lo Jones'
In which Mr. Clnrkc scored n personal
tilumph during tho first week of lita
ciiKaguniGiit hero, f.lka "Whnt lln.ii
.iened to JimeB", "Why Smith Left
Homo" hug been received with unre
served favor In Ixindun, as well ni ev
er j cltv of iirninlnciico In Iho Unite 1
Stated. It In ii distinctively American
pin), iMiproKBlns nil the ilnH unit "ho"
of the bilghtcst French farces without
nny of (he disagreeable feature of
the pin oly Krcnch coiiRtriictloim. It Is
overflowing with comic Bltualloni
throughout nnd there Is iihiindiint evi
dence that the nnthor was Intent upon
crowdliiR tho Krcalcit pamlble. amount
of merriment Into the evening's enter
tainment. The story of "Why Smith Left
Home" Is In Itself unique nnd divert
ing; nnd Is Riven up to tho solution ol
Its IntcrioK'.itlvo cognomen. Smith 'i
a Joans married linn, tho sttess of
whose biisluesH affairs have prevented
him from enjoying tho luxury of the
conventional honeymoon, In lieu of
which he and his bride of n few weeks
have endeavored to enjoy each other's
poclety In the secliiilon of their own
hump, only to be disappointed by the
presence of their loving relatives In
whom the visiting habit Is developed
to n pnlnful and troublesome degree
In presenting "Why Smith I.oH
Home" Mr. Clarke will mako n novel
departure from the trndltloinl wny of
actors by lippearlng In the rule of l,i-
tuln, tho cook. It ts In fact tho lend
lug comedy diameter and sustains a
elation most prominent nnd vital to
tho action of tho piece.
Tonight Is tho opening night at tho
' Orphcum for tho Noivvoods. Professor
Norwooii promises about two hours of
good solid entertainment nnd fun nnd
fiom the press notices of his work In
other cities he Is surely equal to thu
occasion. Thtro la always n invnterj
connected with hvpnntlxni nnd mind
leading that lias a fascination for nil,
and during Iho week Prorcssor Nor
wood and .Miss Norwood will hand out
large portions of this in) fiery stunt
The prices that nro being charged
aro of the lowest nnd there should be
n full house to gicol the professor
when the cm lain goes up tonight,
Tho box nfllco has been open nit
day at tho Oipheum and from tho s.ilo
I no far It Is noted that there aic lots of
t people heie who nro Interested In the
I "Mind ruling Mind" proposition.
The blindfolded drive will tnko pi fee
this afternoon at 4 o clock, ami It will
bo n wonder and will ccitalnly whet
the appetite for inoro of that kind of
Tho Norwood Hypnotic Comedy Co.
Is on a tour of tho world under tho
nide management of llert I). Holt of
Chicago. Ho Is tho treasurer and gen
eral director of tho aggregation nnd
.will surely mako a success of tho vtm-
llliu, UIVII II II 1H II' I'U IIIIIIIIKIl II litl-
clgn country, for ho npiicnrs to ho
right at home In his work and this Is
not tho first venture ho tins made In
the same line.
x 8:15 P. M.
THE "M t!!lll Ml SIMSO.N"
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
Supported by the
"Why Smith Left Home"
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Budding. Phono 2315.
PRICES .... $1, 75c. 50c and 25o
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5
At K P. M
CLARK vs. WOODWARD
TRIER vs. WILLER
HOWARD vs. ABRAMS
Tickets on sale at Territorial Mes
WEEK OF VAUDEVILLE
AND MOTION PICTURE8
Hughes and Prior
KqullllirlM nnd Jugglirs
Presenting Head .Ilahiuclng Att
Reeves and Reeves
Original Musical Act
Gillam and Williams
Tinir Colored nntertnlmrn
Whitney & Marsh,
Schoen, Tripp. Schoen
Our Regular Annual
Monday Wednesday Friday1
ALL COLORED - VAUDEVILLE
See and Hear
In Up-to-Date Dances and Songs
And the Funmaking Trio
Jones, Grant, Dehearde
Singing, Dancing and Then tyome
NEW MOTION PICTURES
.'.' . $1.50 and 75 Cents
lllectrlc Vibratory Treatments and
Thought Headings. Hours, a, in. to
C p. in.
251 Vineyard SL, Cottage No. 1, In Rear
Kvenlugs, Mnndiiv, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, from p. in. to 9 p, .m.
Ready -to -Wear
We have placed on Sale at Greatly
Reduced Prices our Entire Stock
of Ready-Made Garments.
Our windows show some of the bar
gains and the quality of the, merchan
dise which we are offering. K t
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Floral l'unidc helps Honolu
lu's hiisliit'NS. Do you want In help!
I IM'J' JJ'
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Young Hotel Laundry
Guaranteed Good Work
1 P tfgk 15
I R O 25
I Jfter 35
S - cts
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN AND
I CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY
Curtain at BilG P. M.
The balance of our Store has
c - i
been leased, and we must vacate
by MARCH 1st.
Prices cut no figure with us
Goods must be disposed of.
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
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