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HONOLULU BTAIT-BULLETIN, Tl'ESDA Y, MAY 27, 101.T
i CflESSYAPJD DAYNESCOREBIG
SUCCESS IN OPENING OFFERING
HERR ANGER, 'CELLO SOLO
1ST, IS ARTIST OF EXCEP
Will M. Cressy and Blanche Dayne
Jilvo been heraldtd by the press
aicent as ""America's representative
Kkt-tch writers - and players' with
ability much above the average.
Cressy and Dayne opened a week's
fngagfment at the Hawaiian opera
house last night, presenting three of
their repertoire of 129 sketches and
Honolulu is unfortunate in only being
iwrioitted to see six of thepe sketches,
provided the other 133 are equally
as good as 'The Villaee Lawyer,
"Town Hall Tonight," and 'The Man
Who Remembered." The press agent
13 a truthful person and to be highly
commended for painstaking veracity.
Cre;sy and Dayne made good.
The three sketches are humorous,
life-like and brimful of pathos. Open
ing with a touch of genuinely clean
comedy each sketch closes with an
exposure pf the finer feeling? that
13 in every human, requiring only the
touch of human sympathy to bring It
to the surface While each sketch
Is free from the melod ramie never
theless, the finale finds the tear
ducts filled almost' to the running
over point. Cressy and Dayne scored
a success last night and endeared
themselves to the hearts of Hono
lulans. ; If err Anger, eello soloist, is a mu
sician much above the average and
more, of his work would bo no detri
ment to the evening's entertainment
His rendition of "The Last Rose of
Summer" and "The Rosary" was ex
cellent and was well received by last
The run of pictures offered Is well
A CHrt cf Ceauty l a Jcy Forevr.
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It properly mad.
Aecapi no eouutf
frit of toiilsr
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bayra aaid to a
lady of tha baut
ton (a patient) t
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vUl OM Uiem.
r:.a.J', fMaaa aa tha leai harmful of all tht
tlln preparatloni.' r tait by all dmrnU and Fancy.
buoot lMtlert in tlx Culled buuat, Ctua aad luropa.
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i COMEDY CYCUlBTS DE LUXE -
No, other act as good in their line.
BLACK FACE NOVELTY
New Picture Subjects
! com'ing soon r
"A Night In a London
With full cast of Sixteen People
THE PERFECTION OF PHYSICAL MAN
: ; f Tomorrow 1
CATCH-AS-CATCH CAN WRESTLING ,
Open to all Comers
A forfeit of $25.00 will be given to anyone whom Mr. hnc-eou" fa:ls
to throw in fifteen minutes: .Conceding ten pounds to1 any wrestler.
. GOOD BOUT MONDAY ' .
1V1I1 St. I ressy, .
above the average with one excep
tion. "An Hawaiian Idyll," an alleged
picture dealing with the islands In the
days when the white man wasa
novelty has every indication of being
the dream of a "hop" Infested mindf
the dreamer, judging from the
"Idyll," never having strayed from
the asphaltum sidewalks of New
York or some other metropolis,
equally as close in touch with ancient
Hawaii. Herr Anger; might well be
substituted for this picture.
Cressy and- Dayne and Herr Anger
will continue at the opera house dur
ing the week. Cressy and Dayne will
change their sketches Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday nights, when the
pictures also will be changed.
Thove who did not see last night's
performance missed a rare treat and
had better get in the ' band : wagon
right away, as Cressy and Dayne will
be with us butane short week.
Rev. Elmer Pennewell, pastor of a
Chicago, church, -claims that mar
riage fees are ministers' .graft, and
that the charch should make mar
riage free to all..
. Dark green is to' be adopted as the
color for U. S. mail boxes red hav
ing been discarded as apt to cause
confusion with fire alarm or garbage
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SI. LOUIS COLLEGE
During the past months tne pupils
of the college have beeu preparing 'o
present -Hermiglld, a play in four
acts. All is now ready and the friends
and patrons of the school are invited
to call .next Thursday, May 2a br next
Saturday, Jiay 31, at 8 o'clock. . An
enjoyable evening Is -as.3urd to all
Mho will come. Tickets may be bought
at the Territorial Messenger Service,
or from the pupils.
The program. follows; . ,
Overture The Prairie. . .... . Bouillon
' . S. L. C. Qrchestra. -Hermlglld
Act I. Scenes 1, 2, 3.
Walt? Asphodel . . ......... Hildreth
S. L. C Orchestra.
Ilermigild Act JI. Scenes 1, 2,
Piano Duet Capricante . . ... . . Wachs
Harry Qulnlan and Geo. Leal.
Ilermigild Act III, Scenes 1, 2.
Intermezzo Silver Bell ...... Wenricn
S. L. C. Orchestra.
Ilermigild Act IV, Scenes 1, 2.
.c Tenade Aubade Printaniere. . . .
......................... La combe
S. U C. Orchestra.
Ilermigild Act IV, Scene 3.
Finale Under the Double Eagle..
S. L. C. Orchestra.; :
Cast cf Characters:
Leovlg, King of the VIsIgths. . . . .
... . . . . . ... . . . . Thos. Onokea
His sons '"' -. . ; . '"
Ilermigild ... . .... ... ..M.. Kanahele
Recared .......... Jos. McGettian
Cpunt Goswin, brother-in-law of
the king . . v . . . . . ... , . . . Jlenry Nye
Duke Argimond, commander pf
the anny . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Quinn
Ambassadors of the King , -Count
Sisbert . . . . . Clifford Cockett
, Count Agilan , . . , . . . . 'larry Kvensen
Roderic, son qL Goswin. ..Walter Scott
Friends of Ilermigild V
Utolf ... . . . . . .James Wilkinson
Bosp . Anson Robinsoii
Fredegar, peddler and traitor
... . . -. . . Alb. YVilkinspn
Grefik Ambassador . , . Jaclnthb Correa
Lieutenant Brnest elra
I eoulf, .SevJlllaii blacksmith-......
...... ... . ... . . .... James Cqwan
Claudius. Seyillian pfflcer. . .Claf. Olds
Visigoth officers and soldlerslT.
Dias, T.; Correja,- W. Cathcart, Harm.
Achong. ; ' . -
Sevillian soldiers Hulb. Christian.
Hnoka Tuove'll, Man. Andrade, T. Vred
enburg.' ' '" .' " ' ' .". ,
Citizens of Seville Fred Clinton,
Fr. Alameda, J. Kahookele, H. Luis,
Carl 'Pedersen. XV. Uruhn. Peter Chris
tian, Leslie Lemon," John ' GlUiland,
Claud Kapukul, John. Miller.
In Oklahoma They Are Getting
from $500 to $12,00P,a
. Month from Oil Lands
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WASHINGTON. Eastman Rich
ards, a Creek Indian, one of the tribe
of the famous Crazy Snake, was
torced by the government to take an
allotment of 60 acres of land in the
Cushing, Okla.. district Since that
time oil has been discovered on his
allotment and he is receiving a
monthly income of from $9,000 tq
112,000, according to Indian .Agent
Dana H. Kelsey of Muskogee, who Is
f ere to see Secretary Lane of the in
i He said that many of the Creek
Indians are reaping a harvest frpm
e oil fields at Cushing. ' ' '.
Polly Deresaw, a full-blooded .In
dian girl, who has tuberculosis, was
given one of the allotments in the
Cushing rection," said Mr. Gelfiey.
"We sent her to a sanitarium in New
Mexico, where she is doing well. Her
income from oil wells is about 13500
a month.; She could not read and
write when we gave her the allot
h Miss : Dereaaw is now able, how
ever, to master the figures on her
checks. . - - " ,-.
iWilliam SL John Ranney, the young
Pasadena society man convicted of
appropriating $72,924 from the Santa
Fe railroad, in whose offices he work
ed, has been sentenced to seven years
in San Quentin.
Andrew Carnegie is on his way to
Rerlin to congratulate Emperor Wil
liam on his twenty-five years' peace
ful reign. ' !. '
Continued volcanic disturbances and
earthquakes in the vicinity of Rome
arf greatly disturbing the inhabitants
especially the peasantry. V
President Poincare will take part in
the great naval demonstcatiou at
Toulon' June 7. : : .
Safe for Woman's Use
a n noying'
to a refined
ration or body
-odors. Those who
haye used Tyree's
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know it to : oe the one remedy . vihich
nevet disappoints. For general uses
dependable in all cases it should be
in e-ery household. .Unequaled as a
douche. Recommended by physicians
everywhere, as it contains no poisons.
One Xc box makes two gallons stand
ard solution. All druggists or; write
for booklet and free sample. .
J. S. Tyre, Chemist, Washington D.C.
t Used and praised by the most
cornpptent and careful pas
try cooks thp world over
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of
Tartar made from griapes
DEATH ENDS CAREER OF GOOD
OF MISS ROSALIE C. K. DAVISON
DEARLY BELOVED WOMAN
V IS DEAD AFTER.LINGER
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After, a lingering Illness covering a
jriod of several "months. Miss Rosa
lie C. -K. Davison, who has been spe
cial officer of the Hawaii Humane
Society since its organization ki Ho
nolulu four years' ago, passed away
at her home in Manoa Valley "at five'
minutes past four o'clock yesterday
ttfteinoon. ;. - . ( ' . ;';-.;-v:f, ,
Sbortlr after the last annual meet
Uig of vthV Humane Society held last
October, Mls Davison, ho had beeii
ailing for several weeks,; temporarily
gave up her active duties as special
officer of the- organization. In Feb
ruary she became worse: and in com
pany with her sister, Mrs. A: P. Tay
lor, lefi for California, where she re
mained two onths. Feeling that the
end was fast approaching, she return
ed to Honolulu several weeks ago and
retired to her home in Manoa. Forti
fied with a splendid constitution and
vitality, she fought tq ward off the
death which she knew was inot far
away as she had fought to relieve the
city of its ecrtial evil andto -better
the conditiore' of . ill-treated children
and dumb animals. ,, ' :
It was' known fwo weeks ago that
death was Mot far distant, but in spite
of her knowledge of this fact. Miss
Davison 'motored around the island at
different times, inspecting stables and
barns at ; the various ; villages. Four
days ago Tier cbndiUpn commenced, to
become; steadily wqrse, and she failed
to recognize the majiy. friends and, rel
atives, , who crowded to her edslde.
She sank Into a cpraatose state and
on . Saturday became iincpnspipus, dy
ing" peaqefully thirty-six ours later,
still .fighting to ward pjtt tUe;ipeYit
ble end." .. ' '" ' .
Private funeral Today. - I '
A private funeral was" held at, (he
Davison Residence, in 4 Manoa valley at
ten p'cloffc: fhlV mprning, felatiyes of
the deceased alone attending. The
public Service is being held at three
o'clock '"this afternoon in deritraj
Union church, Dr. Doremus JS,cuder
officiating, assisted by ' Re.v, H. H,
Parker and Rev: Horace Chauberlain.
The service is tq ; be ieH vln accord
witji th officers aii(J.rwieJnibpirs of the
humane society as ..well as members
of Other institutions hrougiiout the
city. F611owing the services at the
church, the remains will be inciner
ated, interment to be. in the Nuuanu
The honorary pallbearers this after
noon are the Hon. Fred Beckley, Ger
rit. P. .'Wilder,; representing the hu
mane society, Nalulani Beckley. Al
bert Afcng. Henry Afong, Fred Peter
son, William Ahia and Robert D.
Sheriff Jarrett 'has ordered squad
"cf six police officers to act' '.as pall
bearers and a guard of officers; to at
tend at the church services this after
roon. 'X: ' : ' .
' Rosalie Compton Kahaipule-o-kalani
kaihumanu (Maahumanu the Chris
tian) Davison, was born -in Honolulu
September 22, 1868, the daughter or
the late Benonl Richmond Davison, su
perintendent of the first United States
marine hospital in Honolulu, and also
first superintendent of the insane asy
lum.' Her nipther, after the death of J
In large variety end .at special
yt prices. We have given par-
ticular attention to. the require
ments of the day.
Until May 30 and for this occa
7-ln. jardiniere . . . . ..... . . .. . .50c
Plain tin cemetery vase .... .,30c '
Painted tin cemetery vase ,...45
galvanized cemetery vase 50c
Trowels v . , . - . .1 . ... ....... .10c
Hedge Shears ....... .'. ......$1.25
' Mrj; Davison, married A. A. ontana .
Descendant of Llloa. 4
Through her mother, she was a de
scendant of Llloa, first king of Ha
waii, and the great great granduaugh
ter of the high chief Malulani and Ke
lahuna (w), whose daughter Makaloa
married Kaha, the" chief of Awinl,
whose sister Kahappulani was the fos
ter mother of Kamehameha the I'irsi.
Ahia, the daughter ot Kaha and i!a
kaloa pnarried Captain Oeorge ilK;k
l'y, an English sea captain, and the
first military commander of .. thu Ha
waiian fort which was built at the root
of Fort street nearly a century a.-.
lie was made a chief . by Kametuaielia,
4nd is also credited with the designing
of the first Hawaiian merchantman.
Through her grandfather, .. Abram
Henry Fayerweather, she was : the
gieat grandniece of Rev. James Rich
ards, one of the five young men who
lccame f amous at the memorable
"haystack meeting at Williams Col
lege, w"here was Jaid the foundation
of foreign missions and through which
missionaries were afterward sent to
Hawaii. Thrpugh her ather she was
related to' the Richmbnds, Compstons
and Davlsons qf England, One. of the
latter, .having. -.been,-...-.secretary to
Queen Elizabeth, v. . v . - -Opened
51iss Davjsonfirat at:ended St. An
drew's Priory, of which Sister Bertha
was the head and Sisters Albertina
and Beatrice, teachers. She afterward
attended the Fqrt street school under
Prof. M. M. Scott and finished there
with honors. She attended Oahu Col
lege in the class with Mrs. Walter
Frear, A. M. Brown, Horace Chamber
lain. Fred Whitney and many others.
She opened the first English school
In Manoa -Valley for the .government,
and after teaching there for a few
years entered the office of the board
cf education as school agent and later
became assistant secretary of . the
board under the late Alatau T. Atkin
son.; then the 'superintendent of the
public schools of the territory. Dur
ing her incumbencv she was selected
as commissioner "of education to rep
jesent Hawaii at the Buffalo Exposition.-
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When the Humane Society was
first organized by the women of Ho
nolulu four years ago, Miss Davison
received the "appointment as special
humane officer. Shortly after she
received a police commission from
Sheriff Curtis' P. Iaukea as humane
officer for the department, serving
for two years. She held the position
as special officer for the Humane
Society until the last annual meeting
in October, when she was forced to
cease her duties : on account of ill
ness. Known as one of the best
horsewomen in the islands, Miss
Davkon -was devoted to horses and
dogs and from her childhood was a
champion to their interests. This love
for animals prompted the director-
general of the 19i3 floral parade to
ask her to take charge of the pa-u
section of the pageant, but she was
unable to assume these duties on ac
count of Indisposition.
Vas Thorough Official
Her work as special officer for the
society was one which was performed
with a peculiar degree of interest;
she was out early and late making in
spections, taking mules and horses
out of the shafts In the streets, cpm-
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BILLY REEVES :Tp
Catchy and tuneful numbers, dainty
dances, and plenty of fast and clean
comedy will serve to make A Slgt
in an English Music Hair a pro
nounced success, and fittingly termi
nate 4he engagement of the famous
comedian, Billy Reeves.
Sixteen persons comprise the cast
ot vaudeville performers, .scubrettes,
jugglers, buck and wing dancers, song
and dance artists, and hypnotists, wuo
will pass In review before the assem
bled crowd at the Bijou beginning witn
Thursday evening. There is a decided
amount of originality in the production
that Is predicted will prove highly di
verting. The real fun centers about
the actions cf Billy Reeves, who
serves as critic and spectator at the
music hall program of vaudeville
Valentine and Bell have made good
ia Honolulu. A bicycle act, replete
with new and startling, features, haa
easily scored as the best of its kind
ever presented here. This pair of tal
ented performers who were headlines
on prominent mainland circuits, win
soon close their engagement Valen
tine and Bell do things with wheelod
objects' that , simply baffle their audi
ence. ' .. Y, . , , ., .
Miss 1 Alice Teddy, the wonderful
trained bear, is playing a farewell "en
gagement, the animal act to come to
a close .on Wednesday evening. The
bear will probably be featured on the
island circuit, before retumlus to the
Over at the Empire, George McLeod,
a wqnder op the mat, sent his man
down at the conclusion of a spirited
rod interesting contest last night. Mc
Lepd's talk, on physical culture met
with the undivided attention of a weli
f.lled house last night
pelling owners to change harnesses to
suit their animals, dropping check
reins and. always requiring that stable
and barn accommodations be
brought up to a higher standard.
Drunken fathers and mothers who
mistreated their children received no
mercv at the hands of Miss Davison,
and (rom them she would take the
children, finding for them homes,
throuEh the medium or tne - courts,
foster parents who would assure
them of a good home. Her devotion
to children led her Into many fields,
and there Is many a record which
shows the good work which she ac
complished along this line. Another
matter ' which became of deep con
cern to Miss Davison was that of
young girls wno were forcea to leave
home and seek pleasures elsewhere.
By-night she visited- the lowly parts
of the citv. watching the places
which the young girls were said to
frequent In the effort to save, them
before it was too late. During the
1910 census Miss Davison , was an as
sistant to the late Alatau T. Atkinson,
who was census superintendent She
was also an able worker during the
cholera outbreak! ' '
Besides her mother. Mra Montano.
Miss ' Devlson leaves surviving her
two sisters, Mrs. Albert P. f Taylor
and Mrs. Margaret D. Brown, and a
brother, II. F. Davison.
A new method of fighting fife prov
ed successful in Pomona. CaU" where
an auto truck loaded with furniture
caught fire and was rushed to the
nearest hose thus reversing the
usual order of carrying the hose to the
Geo. A. r.lartin
. MERCHANT TAILOR
Moved to Fort Above Hotel St
- "Better Than Necessary''
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO.
Go to Ye Regal Boot Shop and
Get the New
SPECIAL SHOES FOR BOY
1 mk -A
Noticing U more rLsarwabi U.- :
home infested with vermin. I.r
tlx-in w"uh Stearn.V Klitrie Rat c
Koaoh Paste, the stanJarJ externum-.
for UurtT-tive Team.
' It kills off rata, mice and cockrc; '
in a single nijht IXios not llonr a .,
like powders; rvady fur pe; nodiir -mix.
Tle only exttrnunator sold ur
an absolute guarantee of mut y I
If it fails. : .
Sold by drcia, 2oc and fLCO
sent direct, charen prepaid, on nv,
of price. '
StMrn' EUctrie Pat Co diet :
;' ' HOME OF COCO SHOV.'i.
Hotel SU Opp. Y. Nj. C A.
Program for Monday and Tues
May 23 and 27.
MARKED FOR LIFE
Intensely dramatic story of a I'
. ' . girl's love.
THE CIRCUS STOWAWAY.
Featuring the Thanhouser "K! :
v: FAITH .'"
A strong Western dram:u
THE TEMPTATIONS OF CT.
"' ' 'ANTHONY
A drama of the infernal reIc
A' TENDER FOOT'S REVC?.'C .
A Western comedy that' will ni
' wooden Indian "Lafr.
Coming Wednesday and Thur.
May 23 and 21
THE WOLF'S PREY,
A Thrilling Dramatic Feature ia
A7HLE7 I C PA i. .
P. A. C. vs. STARS.
HAWAII vs. ASAHI.
Re?erved seats on 6ale In ?r
Goods Department, E. O. ,HAL'..
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with Fuller's P. & S. r.
from LEWER3 & COOS'
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nHE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks Bnlldlnir . Kla? Stm i
Black and Pongee Shades.
From $2.50 Up.
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