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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 13, 1912, 2:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESbAY, FEB.-1V1912.
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"HIS ABSENT BOY"
A Comedy In Three Acts
CAST OP CIIAILV'TKHH:
(Mr, Pemile i
I lurry Corson Clarke
.Mr. Iltirney i.eo lprion
Jack Mnckay. . .Itlrlinrd H.irbee
fill Muckny... Win. I) Tnlor
Mnrnnrct Dale Owen
Nltn Hetty Trucy
Mrs. Hurney vVti 1 1 llnlmrt
Mr Murkily Marian Dunn
Macule Alma Murphy
Kitty Olli'im Nellie I'rulir.ln
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OR ADDRESS CHAS. D. WRIGHT
P. O. DOX 466 HONOLULU, T, H.
8:15 P. M.
Till: "I.U'UIIIMI SKASOX"
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
Supported by the
"His A)sent Boy"
Statu on tale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
PRICES $1, 75c, 50c and 25o
. . v. 4 . $ ,j 4 $ .$
Laugh and the World Laughs With
You Weep apd the Laugh's 'on You
8KB Tlin.onKA.T ,
Now Going On
Tuesday, Feb. 13
ONE NIGHT ONLY
ROYAL HAWAIIAN SINGERS
Presenting Program of
MELODIES OF HAWAII
HAWAIIAN FOLK DANCE8
Seats on Sale at Territorial Messenger
Service, Friday, A, M,
PRICES 75c, 50c and 25c
Tlint "UN Absent Hoy," presented for
tin- first time In Honolulu by (he Harry
Cordon Clarke Company, was the fun
niest ever, rocs without fulsome reit
Tliv rathur hiiiuII audience that uutli-
ereil ut the Opera. IUiue lust evening
expected to he amused. When Clarke
romped on the Htnuy, almost nt the
rise of the curtain, the llttlu glooms
Immediately begnii,a miirntlion that
continued until Kome time nfter the
hour si;t for the chIIIiik of autoi and
carrlaKes for the hoineunrd Journey.
Hurry Cordon ('Inrku and hii capable
roiupuny In reality handed out a pleaa-
Iiik xiirprlse packuye to those fortunate
Ilonoliilans who wltiieed the hreery
little three-act comedy.
i:en fome of the inore Jaded play
Ko.Th made thd dlxcovery that Clarke
poMHeHHCM a vdlce. At any rate, the
comedian wan tit Ills best whether In
nled In xuuppy and humorous. dl.t
liiKtit' or In Kcxture.
Coniplli'iitlons uppeared across the
footllKlitx both thick and rant. In
"II y Absent Hoy," nevtral talented
inenibers of lite company made the
inont of rather InslKnlltcaiit partii. In
the role of Air. I'en'nle, Clarke wan'en-
tlrely at tioine as the Bay, frolicsome,
tlinuRli elderly, blade." who convulsed
his uiiillturs 111 his delineation of a
"syxtein to tllch dollnrx from the bank
account of a trustlnKiind deluded wife."
MLss .Marlon Dunn iiRaln received a
distinct outlon with ler nppeiirnnce
In ,thu cast us Mrs. Miickiiy.
In the llnal llnes'pf' !' sketch, Wil
liam I). Tuylor as Cidohel Mackay did
soiuo cleer lilts or uctini;.
In "Ills Absent Hoy" there Is no
overburdening or a plot, out It is pin
tneetlier In such u way that Its pres
entation by a company like the one
now licru keeps everone on tenter
hooks of explosive merriment.
Alma Murphy really dellBhled ecry
on with the rendition of n catchy
koiik. There nre several' love affairs
Imolwd In the "ketch. One In which
Itlch.ird Harbee appears as Juck Mac-
lay and Hetty Tracy as Nltu Is well
There lire no tircMHito moments In
"Ills Absent Hoy," ns was attested by
a Kcnernl manifestation of hilarity.
Nellie Krunxln as Kitty albson, a
vaudeville queen, looked pretty mid the
Clarke was naturally the deceiving
hubby, and he was simply funny from
the time he appeared on the stUKe un
til the curtain hid him. I'nr this rea
son there nre some who will even par
don him for at times breaking forth
Into song. I
1 .lull,, ir t'i.it it mil.l tjfii'n .1ni.nr hills '
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Greatest Hypnotists and Mlndreaders
of the Country
TWO SHOWS NIOHTI.Y
Program Changed Every Night
"DOWN ON THE LE,VEE."
A Laugh a Minute
ADMISSION. 15c, 25c. RESERVED
ALL. STAR BILL
;f Return, to Honolulu of J
Crackerjack Song and Dane Artist
Once the ItagB nt Park Theater
In Standard and Popular Musical
SPLENDID' j.'RRAY OFt't.?
1 ' NEW' MOTION PICTU
T O N I Q H T
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Under Auspices of the Kaahumanu
PRICE8 $1, 75c and 50c
Tickets on sale at Promotion Com
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