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JPV- 8 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE8DAY, FEB. 6, 1912.
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!!N "WHY SMITH LEFT HOME"
! CLARKE COMPANY DELIGHTS MANY
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ll.irrj Corson f'liirkis u Hip lrrcirct
"Wh Smllli Left Home" swept
across tho stage at tlie Hawaiian Op
era Home last evening, witnessed by
ii delighted audience which might
have been considerably larger In
liiimhcr. Just iib ficsh ami Ft i one. Just
iih thillling, uinl mirth-provoking, uh
I In dajH nf )oro.
I Tho romeily presented by tho Har
ry Corson Claiko Coinp.inj Is Inter
preted li placers nf unusual uhlllt).
'It can ho truthfully hiiIiI that theie It
nut a piece nf 'Mend timber" In Iho
"Wh Smith Left Homo" can ho
easll) clamed tho best bit nf c mio.lv
diawn fiiiiu tho Interesting icperniio
nf the Clurku cuuipnuv now entertain
Ink mi appreciative lliiunlulu niniiso-niout-lovlng
In Urn nihilist's happ) skit, ClarkJ
mill IiIh ecpiall) talenteil assocla es
fairly outillil themselves In thtlr !'
llueitlnn nf tho mail) original chu
jnitois Incoiporntcd In tho sketch
J To specialize In going through tho
, well-balauceil cast might well bo con
sidered n ilhcilmliialloii. llowtuei,
at least n h.ilf-iUizcn perxniiH h hihi
mil with more or Ickh priiinlui iko Iii
Iho pel fin m inco which hint ovoiiImi;
kept cncijoiie on tho halr-tiluuer if
J lltirr) CnrHiin Clarke, as "l.nWnlu
n.il)," tho 'conk laijy," head of tho
oiik hullcH' imlon, Hindu mill h nf tho
I pail. While Clarke licld tho rentci'
of tho filao tho "llttlo kIooiiik" were
' ciitillnuoiicly on tho run.
I MniKiuot Halo Owen, iih "Mix,
Smith who loea her himbnid," win
Cent l and without uiawklshness In
Alma Murphy as "Mrs. DUIctdoux,"
Mis. Smith's cantankerous aunt, did
well with Iho pari of tho petulant iel-
alive. Nellie Iiauzln was leally win
huiiio ns Julia, Iho nnlil.
William I). Taloi iiLcupled tho
eenlci of tho xlni;o thiiiiuliout tho
better part of Ilia paiformiui'o Tn
lor Is a eomeillan of no me in ablllt.
Ho carried his put with kuccckh, ami
piuwd liliiifelf ('ery Inch Iho "John
Kinllli, who to ill) luxes his wife," (o
Hplto tho Insinuations coining from
an olllclous mint who would (outliiual
ly Htli up ilomcHtlc stilfo.
"Why Huiltli Ift lliinie" Is n rnl
llckliit? Rint of coined) tint. nlos
.iliuudiiit opportimll) fora'dlspla) nf
talent by all iiieuibciH of Iho compiny
Iletlj Tracy and l.eo I'loiwin as tho
"uottl) tteils," whllo lnln.; a minor
pill, did not fall to add their mite to
.tho pleasure of tho pichcutiillou
When Miss Marlon Dunn, of tho
Unwind Cnmpitiy and Intel with tho
iNoilon Cinmiaiiy, stopped beforo the
I foolllRlitK in tho 10I0 of Julia, a mild
I that young wonim was' Rhen a dl
. 11 nc t ovation.
I Thai K'J IU blade, "fleneral llllet
doux," Intel pieleil hj llkhanl B. Ilai
boe, and ".Mnjnr Diinionib," b Huh
eit lt)los, mado a lino team of come
dians. Until woio well suited to the
Joseph M Cox esa)cd n dlmcult
inlo In "L'oint Mn OiiKKoulielni," Diu
(leinnn with Iho 'twisted Ideas." Vail
Hnlnrt, who look Ilia pjrt of a venei
ahlo piece of foinalo bric-a-brac, no
ei failed In elk It a laiinh by her clov
er liiipoiHoii.illou of Iho pirt of "Miss
Hinllli," a I idy In walllni;
'I ho flnrkn Compiny mo pioEeutlUi;
eplciidld comedies at a nonulm price
slble "Cook I.nil)' In "Mij Smith
and It might be said that the plajerx
desene a better support from local
thcator-Koors. Tho cai-t follows:
Mrs. Smith, who Ionck her lunhiml,
no matter wheie ho lives
, Margaret Dulu Owen
Mrs. Illlletdoux, Mrs. Smith's mint
Julia, touching!) closer
Koso Walton, Hubert's brido of a
day ...,....(, Hetty Tracy
Miss Smith, a lad) 111 waiting
I Vail Hob lit
Julia Marian Dunn
l.alnn Daly, who Is a lad) and
knows it ..Harry Corson Clniko
John Smith, who loves his wife mid
lives In New Yoik..Wm. D, Ta)lor
Con Illlletdoux, his wife's scoiid
hiishind .., ,. ltlchard S llarboe
Count on (;uggcnhelin, who undo
them twisted los. M. Cox
MiiJoi Diiiicoinbo, with memories
or lust uUht HoliL It)lo
Unlit Walton, Mis. Smith's hiothei
, l.eo l'lerson
Norwood his mado good, and tha'
covers the whole cauo with Honolulu
nndleiioes, which nie consldeieil tho
most (iltkal n Iho world.
In his lilludfold drlo )CHtorda,
Noiwood dhl Just exactly ns ho said
ho would, going over tho samo unite,
and In one Instance making a short
cut, mid doing It all thiough thought
Iransferenec. During his drlo In
conipui) with Ma) or Peril and ollio;
well-Knonii men, Norwood si)a that
the) woio Iho guiding power not ho.
J'o was hiitreSBful In flndliig tho ob
ject Unit was hidden,
In his work at tho Orpheiim ho Ir
(uiulnl) a lamjh-golter. It is doubl
f ill If a Honolulu nudleiiro ever laugh
ed to much in one night, A scries of
li)pnotle teslB weio inndo on n class
of subjects on tho Htugo that did th'i
pinfessoi't bidding In oveij Instance.
'Hie mliid-readliig test, with Mist
Km wood as Iho subject, wus fair
euointh fm aii) body, and should bo
convincing to tho most skeptical.
Thoio was certainly no, chance for
tihk or fraud, and If not In this In
Llnmo wli) In mi) of tho olhcis?
Tho Noi woods nro tho best In their
lino lb it have cvci ioiiio to Hawaii,
mid ev oi) body In tho cily should sco
them for tho prices aro Iho lowest.
TAX ASSESSOR'S OUT
LOOKING OVER LANDS
Tax Assessor Wilder and Deputy As.
sismr ?iilt' have left for tint otln r
side uf tint Island, whim tiny aro to
look Into various land mattirs
It Is Mime time shu'o an npprnlso
mint was made over there, mid they
will take note of all tho Improvements
that have hien made and bring- back
n list that should inatirliilly help out
with the tilling win n the time loinea
Iliiost Hie Floral I'arade and hilp
WEEK OF VAUDEVILLE
AND MOTION PICTURES
Hughes and Prior
i:ullllirlts and Jugghrs
1'ri seining Hunt Ilaliuulng Act
Reeves and Reeves
Original Musical Act
Gillam and Williams
I'mir (,oloiol Kntortalnors
Schoen, Tripp. Schoen
Monday Wednesday Friday
ALL COLORED .VAUDEVILLE
i. See and Hear
In Up-to-Dale Dances and Songs
And the Funmaking Trio
Jones, Grant. Dehearde
Singing, Dancing and Then Dome
NEW MOTION PICTURE8
TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN AND
CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY
Curtain at 8i15 P. M.
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SMS P. M.
Till: "MIKIIHMI .HKASOJ,"
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
Supported by the
1. ; :Vldi 1-fil'UlMN-.
"Why Smith Left Home"
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
PRICES $1, 75c, 50o and 25o
Kkilrlo Vlhratmy Tnatimiits and
1 bought Readings Hours, II a m to
f p til
251 Vineyard St, Cottage No. 1, In Rear
Kvinlngs, Monday, Tuesday, Wed
msday, from 7 p in to 9 p, in
It rosls but a few dollar lo iler
orate a tar for Iho Klunil l'ariule.
And It helps make Ilouululu unled
tbu world our.
n & .
E $M1 so
S 3t-r-' cts
Last Few Days
Ready- Lo -Wear
Sale will Close
OMETIMES the most cunnlne of animals ana the wisest of men make
mistakes," said daddy ouo evening, beginning his liedtlme story for
his two youngsters.
"A ccrtnln fox had been qulto too bold In robbing a farmer's bf.
house, nnd tho farmer laid a trap for ului. lu tho farmyard bb an old. drr
veil which had been boarded over. It was not dien. Tho farmer took off lit
boards nud covered tho opening of tho well with turf oud grass so that It
looked safe, but would let drop Inlo It nny heavy animal which walked over
it Then ho tied right over tho holo n nlco fnt hen,
j "That night Mr. Tor camo snooping mound as usual. When he saw Iho
, hen ho mado a Jump for her, and In n moment ho found himself at the bottom
I of tho well. 'Well, he said to hltncslf, 'I seem to be taught, so 1 might ns well
linvo a good meal before tho farmer shoots me.' It did not tnlte him long to
eat tho hen, and then hx thought about plans to escape, IJiit try us hard as
ho would ho could not climb up the Bide of the well,
A short tlmo later along came a goat, lie looked down Into tho well, saw
the fox and said:
"'Hello, Brother Foxl What nro you doing down there V
"Enjoying the flno water, said tho for. 'It's tho best I ever tasted.
Wouldn't you llko to try some'
" '1'cs,' said tho foolish goat. 'Is It much of n Jump down thero?'
'"No, indeed! Como right down,' Bald tho fox, and the silly goat Jumped
"When he got down nnd saw there was no water ho vvaa very angry, but
ho was a good natured animal and Joined In tho laugh with the fox. Then
that cunning animal said, 'Now jou nro here you might ns well help roe out
of this hole.' 'How? asked tho goat.
"Well, Whiskers,' said Mr. Tox, 'jou stand hero at the side of the well
nnd put jour foro feet up ns high as you can. Then I'll climb upon your back
nnd horns, and I think I can get out that way.'
'"Hut how will I get out?" asked tho simple goat. ,
" 'When I get to tho top I'll reach down mid help you out, was the answer.
"So tho gont did as the fox asked, nnd the fox climbed out. Then ho looked
down Into tho well nnd said, 'Mauj thanks, ilrother Goat,' and Btarted to walk
v" 'Hey, there!' called out Mr, Oont, 'you promised to help me out.
"Tvo changed my mind,' eald the fox. 'I'm going to leave yot
ittlln In flirt ffirm,.,.
xpluln to tho furmer.'
In plain, substantial patterns, that stand wear and tear and still look
good. See o Bed at V-C5. Quality and price beyond competition. Oiir
8ales are ALL THE YEAR.ROUND.
KING AND ALAKEA STREET8
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, i y v y
on Saturday Next
"Mr. fox Clme Snoop
you there to
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it.l.,N4tf'ii-ifn $; d t