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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1912.
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TWO NEW ATTRACimNS AT BIJOU
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Kamchamcha Girls Appear In
Students nt tho Kamclinmolia School
for Olrln surprised nml delighted n
largo nmllcncc of rolallvos nml friends
Inst Saturday nlglit, when Hio fnmil
lar story of Hlnwntlm was told In n
linlf-pautntnlmc, half-poetic drntna
staged In tho open, Tho singe was tho
school lawn, and tho audience una
Riven a rnrcly natural setting for this
Btory of tho forests nml the streams
Half nn hour's conversation would
he sufllclent to show that ho li Indeed
"Tho Great Itajmond" of his profes
sion. Mr tlnymomt was iindouhtedly liom
to bo n conjurer and to excell In nil
that appertains to his profession, ns
from tho earliest days he ean remem
ber, lie had a passion for his art that
no opposition could have suppressed.
Mr, Raymond appears to have been
favored of fortune, ns, 'starting with
his own company, at tho ago of nine
teen, ho lias gono steadily ahead, per
forming with success In nearly every
country of the globe, mid' to tho de
light of audiences varying from tho
royal courts of lluropc to tho prison
era In Cuba. i
There has been no lurk of excite
ment, unpleasant as well as pleasant,
In his career, such ns experiencing nil
tho horrors of the riirtluiiinkc ut San
i-roncisco nn.i nemg compelled to eloso , AM of tll0 ,mrtB nm, ,nkcn ,,y atll
tho theater at Oporto nn account of llcntB of tll0 Klr. gd,,,,,), allu- (10 pro.'
no niiKiuus rim, uiai lowoweu ino ductlon as a wflolo was ery mcrltor.
assasslnntlon of the late king of for- mls T10 two ngos or Hiawatha, his
tugal, which tho Protestants carried to childhood anil his youth were por
men excess tiint the military had tn grayed roapoctlvely by l'hoeuo Wilcox,
be called out nnd nil public buildings and Miss Jcnulo Kamanoulii, nml wcro
had to be close,. wc) ,lnno. Tho latter of course offers
There was something grim nbout tho more real opportunities Mary I'crrj
fact that, after performing at the the- was Minnehaha, Will Interpreted thc
nter at Lisbon before King Carlos, n spirit of tho part 111 a competent man i
few days later he performed again Her.
when the royal box was occupied by ( Watty lloblnson as Nnkomis, and
the new president and his suite and (lie varloun symbolic personages suchi
tho royal colors were drnped In mourn-! I'ail-I'uk-Kcowls, tho arlous winds
Ing. nnd tho various supernatural mnnlfes-i
Mr. Raymond's nrcniints of his np- tntlons, all wcro In capable hnuds.
penrances before royalty constitute tho The singing and costuming wernl
most Interesting part of his remlnls- ' surprisingly Rood and ns a whole th0
cences. production was wen worm wnno noin
for Its vnltio In lilBtorual oilucntlon
land for the opportunities for histrion
ic cITort. Tho solos ny Mrs. Charles
Hall wcro noteworthy. The program
Hiawatha, tllo Child... I'hoebo Wilcox
Hiawatha, tho Youth
Minnehaha Mary Terry'
N'okomls Watty Itohlnson
Arrow-maker Mary Kaalclo,
Gltchlo Manlto Kmmn I'kaukal
lapoo Mabel Wilcox
I'au-I'iik-Kecwls l-'loia Kanl
ci.i:vi:it, vivacious may taymik
Miislnil TnlknlogM, Who Will Slug New Song "Take Me llnrk to Honolulu."
Many remember the paintings of dog at the IIIJou tonight. It Is tho chorus
llfo that not long ago ndorned tho of n new song composed by clever, vl
calendar of u large Hawaii enterprise. Miclnus May Tnlor, the musical talk
In which tho dogs seemed to be doing ologlst. while she was on n tour of
everything but talk. Such a scene Australia. You will remember May
will bo presented by hlghly-ediicnted she Willi the cheery "Hello, evcry
canlnes ut the IIIJou tonight. Theso body!"
are tho dogs that cuusod some criti
cism ovtr what was termed n "special
dispensation" of the Hoard of Agrloul
turo nnd Forestry In permitting en
trance to this port of the performing
dogs without undergoing tho four
months' dog iiuiirantlnc. Tho theater
people's reply was that tho dogs wcro
under strict watch nt tho IIIJou. Tho
dogs fourteen In number present j
their act In two sections. Tho Hrst In
cludes only acrobatic features. In which
Mile. Irfirdy directs them. This alone
Is nn extraordinary act, Tho next sec
tion Is entitled "Tho Hurglnr's I'ate,"
111 which all dogs, dressed ns men and
women, net on the stngo without their
trainer. A dog burglar enters n house,
steals valuables and Is raptured by a
dog policeman Numerous dogs dtcss
e,l as men and women take part In
this exciting piny.
"Take mo back to Honolulu! Take mo
Kick to Honolulu!
I know mnny a nice, nlccspot.
Hut Honolulu Is tho pick of nil the lot!
Take mo back to Honolulu If iiu'iu a
friend of mine.
Take inn thero by boat or train, by
motor ear or aer
O-pbine fllvo mo Honolulu nil tho
Join In when these words are sung
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Actual Stage Scene as Presented by Lordy's Trained Dogs
The farewell testimonial concert for
Capt. Henry Ilcrger, who Is soon to
leave on n vacation, wilt bo frlven In.
Illcht nt I lie finer n llmum lmi.li. nlncr, CllllllntlOS Ida Dcsllll
nt 8!lft o'clock. The lirmrrnm la n MlldJokeOWls West Wind II
follows: I Josephine Mahoo
PArtT I Wnbun Kast wind . . I.lly Manners
Overture William Tell Uosslnl Knblbnnokka North Wind . .
lloval Hnwnllnn Itnnd i-.mma iNnpoicoii
SoiiR-lnvlctus Ilruno-Hulm Shawondnsce South Wind . i
Knmehamcha Olee Club i.muy i0Knuia
Violin Solo Souvenir do Moscow.. IKamlno Carrlo Midler
wieninuukt l-'cver Sophia I'alila
Mrs. A. II. Ingalls
Accompanied by Mr. Ingnlts
ChoriiB Hnwalt Dcloved .. Donizetti
Itoynl Ilawntlnn Hand
Soprano Solo (lay IIutterfly...Ilarley
Mrs. A. O. M. Robertson
Accompanied by Mrs. II. Hitchcock
Sextet Lucia dl Lnmmcrmoor ....
Hawaiian Hand Organization
String Quartet led by Mrs. Ingalls
Ghosts. Carrlo Mullcr, Ix;onora (lohlcr
Charlotte Aliolo, Hllon Toepoo
Warriors and iSriuawa Kealil Alio
lo, Ah Moy Aim, Hllzabeth Aklona. Kn
pillani Ah See, Julln.ApcIa, Julia l-'crn,
Naomi Kauhnne, I'akckepa Laluahnlo,
Maria Layton, HcsbIb Malakaua, I.ydla
Martin, Maria MarOnBon, I.xlla Mil
Itcadcrs Kdna Mdrray, Carmen VI-1
da, Johanna Wilcox; Julia Coleman,
May makes her first appearance to
night at tho Tlljou for a short return
engagement, and Is almost certain to
get a big reception, as she was a great
fnorltu hero a few months ago. Then
tho sentiment of the song wllif appeal
to all patriotic Honolulu!!', and -tho
melody Is catching.
MNs Tnylor was asked how shecamo
to compose the song.
"You know-, I Just hated to leave
Honolulu," and she gave a big stgb
like she was going to bo tho samo
when she has to leavo ngaln, even
though sho will bo hertded for flroad
way Instead of Australia. "Ono Sun
day, when I was liv Australia," sho
lontlnued, "I got so homesick for Ho
nolulu I Just had to sing or cry nnd
liefnro I hardly knew I was murmur
ing the words of which the chorus con
sists" After tho rung was all composed It
was set to music, and May says sho
knew It must be dedicated to someone
to iimko It a really successful song.
She remembered tho name of Hawaii's
fonur queen, a iiaino with which sho
had been familiar ever slnco a llttlo
girl In New York State, so sho dedi
cated the song to Queen I.llluoknlanl
(In to tile IIIJou tonight nnd, as said
before. Join In tho Uiorus of "Take Mo
Hack to Honolulu"
(a) Vorsplol from Manfred '. Knthcrino Groves, MlsBAho!o.
iiplnrrko' The entoTtlUlTmcnt ns for th
(b) Torch Danco ... Kclw. Gorman cut o: me amictic association aim jno
lolln: Mrs. U.iinITienamona aiuuhiuu iium-i num. i
'GREAT RAYMOND' IS ON WAY HERE
IKk Jw ,3m
Mrs. A. II. Ingalls, 1st violin
I). Mead, 2nd violin; Mrs. II. I.
Marx, viola; Miss Alico Hopper vio
loncello. Song Poor Willie .. It. It. Atkinson
Kamchnmcha Gleo Club
Soprano Solo Musctta Waltz from
La Ilohcmc rucclnl
Mrs. Chns. L. Hall
Accompanied by Mrs. II. Hitchcock
Hawaiian Air Ka IIIIu o Walmea
Krncst Kaal's (Juart'ct
Sextet Schubert'fl Serenade
uonizem J A c, Jr
Hawaiian Iland Organization I Aaht Jr..
.Marcn Aioua uo 11. ucrgcr
TWO TIED IN
"Itoso of Hlandeen," cnlle.1 an Irish
comedy openi, Is tonight's ottering by
tho Juvenile Ilostonlans at the Liberty
Theater, nnd according to the com
pany's press ngent It Is ono of tho
best bills In tho extensive repertolro
of tho clever youngsters.
Miss Thorn Hellen will be seen In
tho rolo originally created by Andrew
Mack, singing all of tho songs used
by Mack, and as tho "Homo of Hlan
deen" Is Miss Hellen's favorlto pro
gram, her very best efforts can bo
expected. As a matter of fact, to
night's bill Is said to bo the best liked
by the entire company, and us the
I plcco Is replete with sweet Irish lulla-
liys and rolk song, somo tuneiul melo
dies can bo looked for
Tho company has moro than mado
good In Its Initial production, and If
tonight's offering Is as good, tho suc
cess of Its engagement at tho Liberty
Theater Is assured
C. A. U 1 1
Whites 1 1
Athletics 0 2
As You See It In New York, Loudon, and Paris
First Appearance of Two Great Acts and a High-Priced Hold-Over
Act Tonight and All This Week
Great Canine Act on Tour LOfdy'S
of the World En Route to FniirtP
Hammerstein's Music Hall, UW WH
New York City DOgS
Honolulu Smallest City in which Act Has Ever Appeared
Return Engagement After Tour of Aus
tralia of Chirpy, Charming Soubrette,
Who Will Entertain with Latest London
Story Song, and Song of Her Own ,
Composition 1 iylJP
. "TAKE ME BACK TO HONOLULU"
About 100 fans turned out yesterday
morning to see tho Junior Leaguers
play off their scheduled double-header
at Athletic Park A fair brand of ball
was provided, and the spectators for
the most part thought they hud their
Tho score by Innings:
, . 1 I 0 0 0 0 5 ! D a
Concluding Round-the-World Trip
After Several Years Spent on Tour
With Exciting Acrobatic Act that
Has Been Highly Received Everywhere
Hjso hits .
C. A. U.:
Ilnse hits .
Asahl Jrs :
Huso hits .
llasc hits .
SECURED FOR HONOLULU AT GREAT EXPENSE
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5 0 0 0 1
3 0 0 0V
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.0 2 B 1 0 1 3 0 2
Lordy's great dog act has been book
ed for Keith Circuit at conclusion of
Australian tour. Hxtrutt from uudc
xllle ikws In New York t'lt paper.
May Taylpr is certainly a charming
American entertainer. (-'oiunienl of
Au .trillion n nspnptr
And your friends will tell you bow
good the YOKOHAMA TROUPE Is if
you have not seen It.
"HOSE OF KENTUCKY" STORY OF THE CIVIL WAR
"NIGHT RIDERS" A STORY OF THE SOUTH
AND OTHER SELECTED REELS
SEEN FROM THE PRESS BOX.
'Ilio tirenl Ita nioiiil, HIiislutiM.
Honolulu Is soon to be Msllcil Ip the l.llnrtl Theater for a ten-day en
ono of llu- iirimiliipiil Illusionists of i Kagenient beginning tho evening .of
tho world ami one fur whom It Is
claimed that ho Is tho gi cutest globe
trotter nml has the widest aeiualnt
unco among great men of tho world
of uny mun In his profession.
V. W. Saunders, advanco man for
"Tho flrent Ituynionil," us Mnurlee 1'.
Raymond Is known, Is now- In Hono
lulu und has booked tho attrnitluii for
Tlio arrangement Is made
through V I). Ailauih and Manager
Medieer of tho Liberty Tho engngo
meiit was llrst contemplated for tho
(i)icra House, but has been changed.
Iteports nro that Ilaymond carries
the most w-ouileifiil set of Illusions
ever seen outside the United States.
Ho has hten live ears on Ills present
tour The Times of Malaya on Janu-
t'hllly thought that Koares blocked
him ut the plate In the eighth, and it
looked like fisticuffs for n secund
Tjiu Hughes Musical Comedy Coin
pany will return hero soon from a
successful tour of the Orient and will
play at tho IIIJou for threo or four
weeks. Mr Hughes has built up sev
eral new musical comedies while In
tho Hast, and these will form the rep
ertolro during tho company's engage
ment In Honolulu.
SAY LIBBY INTERESTS
It is reported that tho I.itihy, Mo-
Noll & Libby Interests, which havo
secured tho big pineapple lam) hold
lugs und built a cannery nn windward
Oahii, havo eccurcd options on pine
apple lands at Knhuu, North Kohaln,
The newly acquired lands aio said to
ho under the proposed extension nf
the. Upper Kolmla ditch.
II it 1 1 o 1 1 u Want Ads ulll Und IL
Tho Hiiwnlls had a corner on the
horseshoe market In the ninth With
two down and two strikes on Iilni, 11a
maiiku got a long lly to left that was
good for two bases, and Williams, fol
lowing lllin, put up tho luckiest sort
of n Texas leaguer to short right.
NINE RUNS MADE IN
THE TENTH INNING
Don't Miss This Great Show - MATINEE SATURDAY
GOVERNMENT MAY NOT "
TAKE CHANNEL WHARF
That one pb-io of (lovcrnor l-'riai s
business at Washington, II. ('., hail
been settled before bis arrival at tlio
National capital Is the belief of tho lo
cal military miihoiltles. Thin Is tho
anticipated exchange of thu (Ihiijmcl
wharf, now the pioperty of tho Terri
tory, for I ho dilllshed lot hold by tho
War Department. The Army olllelaN
Imuii tlii.li ftiiluton l.-iroolv. tmwnior.
Tho Kiikui team defeated tho I'.in. ,,, ,,,, .,., ., ,,.. ,,.. ,,,
ton Athletic Association by a score wnMnK further ( lornlng tlio ox-
of is to 0 at Aula lirk yesterday (;i,m;o for soiue Hmo, and Hint theio
morning The giinio was a remiiikiihlolf,,,.,. H consideration bus been uban
ono In that the score was tied In I iliiiioil.
ninth, and In the tenth the Kukuls f( II I T10" channel wharf at proaetit Is III
nH tl... ..ir...l..n.. ..t ll.n r.t.1 .. ... I .. .. ul..l.- ' . . n.l , , , .
n run-iinwn eonuiuou ami uus utou up
on the olferlugs of the opposing slab-
stcr and knocked no less than four
pitchers out of the box In this iiHful
spasm Tho Kukuls got the habit Of
collecting their runs wholesale, for In
tho llfth they closed up another long
lead by putting seton men across. M
Kukul OOO0700O2 9111
Canton fl a .1 0 1 0 1 1 o 0 9
110 It X.
nODItlOlJlIS In Honolulu, May :C,
1312, to Mr. and Mrs M. 1 llod
I'lgum, a son: weight 10 Ilia.
For news a ml the Iriilh about It till
people buy tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
dered closed to largo vessels, pulidlng
the oxehaugo with ihe War Depart
ment. Tlio Torrltor) Is anxious to ob-
,-l.. .1... .1-1111. n.l In, ..a ,!.,-. o I . . tlf Ita
I UIWI lilt- illlliBiicu iui ita 'in nun iui n
$iuu,uim armory, n is iinucinuni'i uu
tUncrnmeni already lias glvnn up a
portion of i his lot nn tho provision
tdat tho nrmnrv bo coustriictod wllliln
n. prescribed Mine The Torrllorlal of
ficials are rushing this work hoping to
hno it completed within n ycai h
Good for 2000 Votes
1 iiutiilnatu Mm, or Miss
Downtown nihil can, l( any
Occupation .'. , Phono
District N (Seo District UlvUloim)
Nominated by Address
Iliiie j an honks. J mi vtiiut bound,
'ruling done, or books iniiili', Mini lliini
In Ihe II ii I Ic tin lob printing nnd
1 blliderj iikint.
Only tho first nomination ballot received for each ciuidldato will count
fur 'JOOO w)tes. I'll! nut all tho Hues of this ballot very carefully nnd mail
AT ONCI-: to tho Contest Mnnngor. Ktonlns Hullctlti, Hnnoliilii, T. II.
Tho niiUMRttUuiiit reserves tho right to reject uny objcctionablo notni
nations. Till nut this blank, write plalnl. and send it to Contest Manager with
our nanio oi tho namo and nddrc of Man faorte candidnto Tho names
of porsous making nominations will uut be divulged, it no requested