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nOKOLULn STAn-BTOXmY TUESDAY. JANTAHY 1 1, tOlil.
: ; iHfATRICALirFERINGS
OTHING that we
have said about
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on Goodyear sales as the
things which Goodyear
owners say about them every day.
There are hundreds of men in
this city from whom you will
hear higher praise of Goodyear
than we would ever put into
T I RES
European war demands
Iiave caused a shortage
in the world's supply of
materials used in the
manufacture of White
The color of Goodyear
Tires may ultimately be
changed from White to
Our supply of the required
materials assures the
greater portion of ', our
1916 season's output , of
tires being furnished
with White Treads.
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TO ACT JAPAN'S
Members of the Japanese Children's
Association ' have, arranged the iro
pram for the entertainment wnich will
be pivon at the Hawaiian 0;Ta House
on Friday -evening of this" week. Nina
numbers have be.?n .arranued for the
evening's performance, and each num
ber will carry out the idta of Japanese
training for the child.
The '.air.ous Japanepr. legend "Haby
of Peach" will be the feature number
of the program. Twenty Hawaiian
bom Japanese eirls will appear in this
opera, and special scenery has been
obtained for the occasion. In a-ldi-Ucn
to the Japanese legend, the com
pany will also present a drama en
titled "Hrcs of Owl" from an old Ha
"Momo Tara," or "Pal)y of Peach."
is perhaps the most famous legend of
Japan. Years. aso a Japanese woman
saw a peach floating down the stream
and took a bite. Later she secured
one for her husband, and left it in a
drawer, and when he returned from
gathering firewood that day, she
looked for the peach, and found it
had turned into a' little baby.. -
When the fcaby grew to be a young
man he . went to the Islands of the
Devil and there slew many of the
devils and finally secured the surren
der of the head devil. He took with
him three soldiers, a dog, a monkey
and a pheasant, and came back .to
Japan successful. After 'that time
peace reigned throughout all Japan,
according to the legend.
The first number on the: program
will be a song by the children. This
will be followed by the opening ad
dress by Vice-Consul K. Fujii. presi
dent of the association. Carrying out
the purposes of the Entertainment. S.
Tsuchiya will tell a story for the chil
dren. This will be followed by the
drama "Eggs of Owl." Magic will en
ter into the entertainment, as Presi
dent U. D. WilP.ams of Mills School
has consented to entertain the audi
ence." ;'. ; --. ';" :-..;".
"Baby of Peach" will consist of four
acts, by the entire tompany of youag
ladies and two of the secretaries of
the association. Following this, Jap
anese young ladies will give an exhibi
tion of living pictures. The last fea
tures of the evening will pertain to
the Japanese legend, being the unveil
ing of the bronze statue of the Dabj
of Peach and the grand chorus son?
written around the old Japanese story
Officers of the association are: R
Fuji, president: H. Yatsu and S. Tsu
chiya, secretaries; and T. Hattori. K.
Tachima and K. TJzawa. committee.
The 'performance will begin at 7:30
o!clock. : :- ..-; ' ' '
USE FOR ECZEMA
A soothing, combination ; of oil of
Wintergreen, Thymol, and other heal
ing ingredients called D. D. D. Pre
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of skin specialists for all skin dis
eases. It penetrates the, pores, gives
instant relief from the most distress
ing itch. Its soothing oils quickly
heal the inflamed tissues.
Test its soothing effect. Come and
let us tell you about our money back
guarantee offer to free you from your
distress. Ask also about D. D. D.
Benson, Smith &. Co., druggists.
Adv. ' ' . .
LADIES OF OUTDOOR
RALLY SONG VERSES
Anticipating the selection of a rally
song for- the Outdoor Circle at ; the
luncheon to be held next Saturday at
the Country Club, several members of
the circle are now at work composing
verses to offer.
With nearly 170 persons already sign
ed up to attend the luncheon and sev
eral more expected within : the next
few days,, the success of the undertak
ing is now assured.
Xumercus features are promised for
the event, as each neighborhood circle
is" to put on a different part of the
entertainment . The closing event will
be an especially artistic stunt put on
under the direction of Miss Bertha
Young, who has already demonstrated
her ability many times to carry out
such an affair.
Mrs. V, J. Lov.rey, president, will
give her annual report; Mrs. A. G.
Smith will speak on the civic center;
Mrs. A. X. Campbell will talk on bill
boards, and Mrs. U A. Thurston on
the social , activities of the Outdoor
Circle. Persons intending to be .at
the luncheon are asked to hand in
their names by Thursday.
SPECIAL SERMON FOR
INTERMEDIATE Y. BOYS
;Membcrs of the intermediate Vie
partment cf the Y. M. C. A. will attend
services at St. Andrew's Episcopal
church next Sunday evening in a body.
James Wakefield, chairman of the in
termediates, has arranged the pro
gram for the evening and Canon Wil
liam Auli will deliver a special ser
mon for the young men. Members of
the department will gather at the Y.
Mi I'Y A. at 7 o'clock on Sunday eve-
JYben Yonr Eyes Need Care
BILL FOR FIRST
WEEK OF SEASON
Monday, Jan. 17th
"1 This Week
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Opening" Monday Night with
Eugenio de Fcico, who will sing
Rhadames on the opening night of the
Wireless advices from the steamer
Great Northern,: which arrives here
tomorrow bringing the De Folco Grand
Opera Company, were responsible this
morning for a lightning change of the
scheduled repertoire for the first week
of the season, which opens Monday
night of next week at the Hawaiian
A repertoire was announced yester
day, but was erroneous, the error hav
ing arisen through a misunderstand
ing of wireless messages. Next week's
operas will be as follows:
Monday. Verdi's "Aida." with Euge
nio de Folco and Jhoanna Kristoffi;
Tuesday, "II Trovatore," with Madami
Vergeri and L,uigi Poggi; Wednesday,
"Traviata;" Thursday, "II Trovatore;"
Friday night, 'Rigoletto;" Saturday
matinee, "Traviata," and Saturday
The second week of the- season will
begin "with "La Gioconda," on Monday
night ; Tuesday, "Traviata ; " Wednes.
day, "Faust;" Thursday, "Othello;"
Friday, "La Gioconda;" Saturday mat
inee, "Aida," and Saturday night, "Oth
ello." The company has an exceptionally
clever woman as premiere danseuse,
Emilia Costanzo, late of the San Carlo
opera, .at Naples, who has made a big
success on the mainland.
The seat sale opened yesterday at
the Hawaii Promotion Committee
headquarters in the Young hotel build
ing and sales for the first week began
with a rush. ,
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Fire destroyed te Northern Naviga
tion Company's steamship Majestic at
her dock at Port Huron, Mich. -
Tuesday II Trovatore.
Thursday II Trovatore.
Saturday Matinee Traviata
Saturday Night Aida.
Corps de Ballet
Orchestra of 20 pieces
Closed for Renovations
Painting and Installing New
and Comfortable Chairs.
Saturday, Jan. I5th
Seats on Sale
MONDAY, JAN. 10, at
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Prices, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00
E ATE Ft
The Home of High-Class Picture.
Program beginning 11:30 a. m. until
4 p.- m." '
Evening (two shows) 6:30 and 8:30
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR TODAY
"The Van Thornton Diamonds"
(two-reel drama) ........ . . .Selig
"The Open Draw Bridge"
"The Heart of a Waif" ;
. (comedy-drama) . , . . . . . . ... Edison
"When Samuel Skidded"
(ccmedy) . :.. ....... . . . . Vitagraph
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT -AT
Under the leadership of Prof. Peter
KalanI the Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert in Thomas Square to
night, beginning at 7:3f o'clock. The
program for the 'evening will be as
March The Statesman .. .J. M. Fulton
.Overture Fra Diavolo . . ... , . .Auber
Patrol The Highlanders .... . t . . . .
i . . '. '; . . . . . . . . . .L. P. Laurendean
Grand Selection Aida . , ,'. . . . . . V erdi
Hawaiian Songs .... .... . ...
.Hawaiian Dand Glee Club
Pua Lehua ... .... ..... . .... .Kalani
Hole Waimea. .... .Prince Leleiohoku
Soloist .'. Mrs. J. K. Chilton
; (a) "Ulina Loko". . . . By Kalani
(b) "Adios Kealoha". .. Anonymous
Soloist . ... . . Mrs. N. Alapai Luke
Echo Piece Musicians Astray in ihe
Forest (by request) . ... .A. Herman
Waltz Paradise of the Pacific. . ...
..... . . ... .... ... .-. ... .. .H. Berger
Aloha Oe; Hawaii Ponol.
The Star,,Spangied TJanner. ! 'y " J
A wonderful film sensation
based on R. Kipling's Vam
pire. Reserved seats now on
Sale. Phone 3937. See the
most beautifuliy wicked wo
man in filmdom.
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JDANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS
America's Sweetheart, In Her Greatest Characterization.
Always inimitable, always human, lovable and impulsive. Littld
; Mary makes the character of "RAGS" a living, breathing incarnation
of all that is sweet and tender
' THIS IS MARY PICK FORD'S TRIUMPH.
Final Episode of the
"ROMANCE OF ELAINE"
The capture of Elaine's enemies
and reunion with Craig Kennedy.
The Foremost Emotional Artist of the
; American Stage, In
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Mr. E. J. Hutman, Interior Decorator and Designer, will
show the magnificent display of Home and Wall Furnish
ings comprising the entire line of
S. & G
Also, Mr. O. W. Amthbr will exhibit the splendid line of
Fine Wall Hangings, made by the celebrated
Both these exhibits will arrive on the Great Northern
January 12, and will be shown ; at once in our
House Furnishings Departmeit
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