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i :., HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; TTHDAY, DEcM BER 1 , I Sin.- . , . . ' i . 4 TfiMinuT r T-iTniiiPUT 0 lit LiU lUMUil! f lUHIUIII l . m amm ' 'J ' i At 7:45 o'clock DANIEL FROHMAN AS At 7:40 o'clock A a. m L 1 B PREiENTS PEIffilOl Irresistible, Bewitching and only TourFect, Two Inches Tall In i : i "SUSIE f ME" A comedy' of Broadway and the Old Htoe Town. Little Mirs Pennington penetrates ifie reels f action and an- 'peaL The smallest film tar and the biggest film hit. 4th Chapter of t "Up THE'GRIP OF EVIL' PAT Puces 10, 20, 30 Cents. Boxed -the-Minute" E WEEKLY 50 Cents. m LOOK GOOD' OFFERING JULEffl FLAVIN'S OF NGERSOLLS SPECIAL Cli ILBIfJ'S TODAY 2:30 D AVIDIA. CURRY 1- 31 "The Stentor of .Yosemite' his famous ture. Every student in Honolulu shoul of this last opportunity. Children of a Adults, 10, 20, 30, Cents. . pictures and lec- take advantage ages; 10 Cents. az.r- iTDHIGH ' 'f If' ':"-'r:" C At 2:15 o'clock Honolulu's Ail w iram utement Centj- WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS (The Star with the IT At 7:40 o'clock rami too.OOO.OO Iface) In If m A MAN OFSORROW Tense moments follow each other in pis production. Real human nature is reveald in everjUoot. It has an ending which will raise you light up At of your; seat. This is the strongest Fox feature of the jt r, so you know what that means. : v I . j ! Also 10th chapter-of "The Sf ange Cass if Mary Page," Featuring Henry B. Walthall Lhd Edna Hayo; also, Ha waii News Periodical No. 81. IA11 the hrest happenings from all over the world befoie vour evis. This news weekly is 5 weeks ahead of anvother nowpeing shown in Honolulu. - 1 "We Are Progressive." Prices 10, 20, 30 Cents ' "He Don't Look Coed" is the of fering of the Ingei soil Comedy Com pany at the Bijou theater for the rest of this "week and as presented for the first time Us: nizht, is a fairly pood vehicle but hardly ui) to the standard of Kcoie of the past attrac tions.'' . ; ' ' ' ' The leature of the comedy lies aV most entirely in its musical numbers, of which there are several, including a number of specialties,, and are well worth hearing, Tim Moore, col ored comedian, brought the house down with two or three songs and some lively patter. As usual Jeanne Mai scored a distinct hit with a con tralto solo and the new qnartet was exceptionally good. ' Eddie Yonrig in kilts sings "A Wee Dtl o Scotch" and does a Highland fling with variations, and Jean Maury and Ruth Maker are good in a duet, -Whose Baliy Are You?'' . Consider able local color is portrayed by Bes sie Hill and chorus in a medley of Ha waiian tongs. It was "Punahou Night'.' at the Bijou last night, about 150 students of Oahu college being present Be fore the show started and between the acts they threw streamers, sang and gave thir school yells. ; i . WILLIAM FARM IN FINE SKETCH AT ONCE! STOPS If DANCES MAKE HITI STOMACH MISERY I OlfTATjilE'Sj AND INDIQESTIONl :' " - : 1 MISS Al LEE N FLAVIN . . Hundreds of diners gathered at Hei nies Tavern last evening to witness the'debut of Miss Aileen FJavin in her esthetic Cahces. Miss Flavin has made a study of the dance, and , in 7' a:::T1 " you ever made, by getting a large fifty i 'Tape's Diapepsirr" Makes ; ' Sick, Sour, Gassy Stom- i achs Feel Fine Do some foods ou e.it hit hat i tasts good, but 'work badly; fenrwnt I I into stubborn lump and cause a sick. soar gassy stomacui Now, ?:r, . vr i lrs. Dyspeptic, jel this don: rijw s Dilj.opsln digests ev-erythirig, Itavips nothing to sour and ustft you. ere j never was anything so aufVry fjulck, 'l ao certainly effective. No di.Ter?nr? j fiow badly your stomach is riisordercd jjou will get happy re'nef in five mln j utes, but what pleases . yon most is j that it strengthens anJ regulates yoar I stomach so yen can eat yewr tavoritf foods without fear. Most reuettie3 give you relief some times they are slow, but not sure. Tape's Diapepsin" is qu'C. rositifo and puts your stomach x r a healthy Lccndition so the mis.-ry won't come back. You" feel different as soon s " Pane's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach distress jnst vanishes yon stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belching, no eructations of undigested food, ycur head clears and you feel fine. Co ryow, make the best investment 1 5 j - . u ?9 nn n mam s Hawaiian opeIa hou Thursday 1 X , Dec. 7 Siturday, Dec. 9 Eleven Clever Acts Sparkling teur Vaudeville offerings ever p Tickets One Dollar. On Sal . Territorial Messenger Service on medy oflthe Best Ama- psented i& Honolulu. bv Club Members, and pd after Friday, Dec. 1. Petite and nrettv. Ann Pennmgion has already captivated tb followers of the motion pictures 5f ionolulu, as well as the entire country as a result of ner sterling work In 'Susie Snow flake," the current featurfe at the Lib erty theater. Miss Pennfagton comes to the silentdrama froni the musical comedy stage and a peculiarity of her initial offering is that it deals with musical comedy life, Susie being a ruc t0 , rntfttvne of MiVs Pennington orcnl f Susie SnowIlaKe, auir a uv;i.col stage career, returns to her small town home and with jber brings her Broadway Ideas; fJaturally, the piquant little dancer kneets -with dis favor in the eye of the stricter mem bers of the community society, but she proves tnat snenas lots of real character and unswerving' ' loyalty when mit to the cncial test. It Is a clever arid clean bill with a clever and able staf . . ( NELL L0CKW00D RECITAL DEC. 6 Music lovers should be keenly in terested In the coming concert on De cember 6. elven by Miss ell JLock wnod contralto"" Miss Lockwood is well known In California and also on the eastern coast, where she has ap neared in manv concerts and oratories Her entire program, which will be pub lished at a later date, will consist 01 Indian songs and ballads, and Miss Lockwood will be dressed In Indian pnstnm ' This uniaue feature should attract many. Quoting Crom the New York Musical Courier: "Miss Lockwood has the divine ppark that makes the true artist, the real dramatic fire and sense of values, without which, no matter how lovely the Ycice, success is Impossible. But when these are combined with a rarely beautiful voice of much color and the warmth of 'a true contralto, the com bination spells ynccess. In the costum ing and of her rrograni sho is authen tic and artistic to a degree." . .Tickets are now obtainable at Cun ha lusic Company or from any mem ber, of the Moani Jlusic Club, under whose auspicesthe concert will be given. '' "-' ' , . m m ; . ' An erroneous announcement carried the information - that prizes would be given at the mak dance in the armory Saturday nigut, which is incorrect, as: no prizes are offered on this occasion. Granulated Eyelids, Eyes, inflamed by expo- sure ta qukkly relieved by Murine CEyeBcaci'y. NoSmartine. w. lust Eve Comfort. At A fine new assortment of Oriental Goods Soods now on display. We will be pleased to lire you call. : ; THE CHEDRY 1137 Fort Str i;;:!:!!!lill!!!lllll!!lillllll!!!!l!ll!!!ll!!!ll!!l!llllllt:iiill!ll!llllllli!!llllll!llli!l!!llil lM Pacific TrantelSo LtcL ";. . " 174 King Street, next to xpng Bldg; r - STORING, PACKING AND SHIPPTIG Oi FURNITURE, ETa, FREIGHT HAULERS AND (ITERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS--U. S. MAIL CIRRIEES William Farnum, hero of photo- dramas innumerable, prime favorite with the devotees of the "canned" art from coast to coast and from borde to border, is usually one of the best' drawing cards who come to Honolulu, and the Hawaii theater management looks with favor upon the appearand of this William Fox star. But seld has Farnum appeared locally in aly' thintr that Is sunerior to "A Man of Sorrow," the present Hawaii featire offering. Melodrama is the popular dive at the Hawaii. William Fox is the leader In melodramatic pr tions and Willam Farnum is w the lead as a star of melodrama, sequently "The Man of So should satisfy almost everyon haa thi Hawaii "habit" Th. eArfal "The ' Girl am the r.mt " which deals with rallroals and !!nnim-t(i' !i tarre extent, is one nr't)ta innct fnRofnatine vet ficcsvn many diners who had come to see her in the new role. i With Fritz Sea venius at the piano, iss Flavin "interpreted' a number of the dances of the Occident and Ori ent Her Turk!sh dance, which was eomposed by Hamid Duhia, and was made famous by Genee, was perhaps the feature of t he evening. Another, an interpretation of the Punjab spirit, which Came to America from ; India Woman Needs AH Her Strength Kjpping house is hard enough 'when well. The woman who has a bad back, blue, nerv ous spells, 'dizzy headaches and kid- . ney or bladd er troubles, has a hard' lot, for i the family cares" aa;I tasks never let up. . Probably it's all the result of ktd- lig3fTJteh1flr"li5t- LUC IpJIt I '-A ness. sirenginen u the kidneys with Uoan's Backache Kidney- i Pills, 'used and recommended by women the world. over. Thepr are just as harm less ps they are effective and may be used j for children with weakkidneys, too. f , 'X'. ;".'.::v '- : ' "Vthen Your Back is Lame Re-" memler the Name." DOAN S- BACK ACrfl KIDNEY PILLS. Sold by a druggists at ooc -a cox (six Doxes $2.50), op mailed on receipt of price by tie Hollister Drug Co or Benson, Smip & Co, agents -for the Ha- waum islands. - cent case of Pape's Diaiiepsin from any drug stora Yon realize in five minutei how needless it is to suffer from indigection, dyspepsia or any stbmcch disorder. adv. last season, was cleverly done, and shows much stuuy. , 'TbTs dance brings out many of the phases which have been incorporated in other danc es, together with new Interpretations. in addition to her feature dances .M iss Flavin also e'ntertained with three carefully selected songs. Her manner of expression made a decided hit with the diners, and she without a doubt scored the biggest hit that has been accorded a local artist ' at Heinle's in a number of year. Man ager Havery announced last evening that Miss Flavin ' will be retained for some time. 1!!!SHT ? At 7:40 o'clock L. 1 mm Ihgersoll All-Star Husical Ctimedy Co. t V - V, " PKM A - C HOT , W h ' . .i 1 i " At 7: o'clock V PRESENTS r. A MIRTHFUL MUSICAL OFFE RING OF CLEVER COMEDY. SING ING AND DANCING. A 000, WHOLESOME SHOW THAT WILL PLEASE ALL OUR PATRONS. .t,c , MUSICAL SELECTIONS OF THE PLAYt. , . Opening . Chotn "Rjilvralv r;Ji" College Girls Topical -Sang "Back,. Seat cf. Henry Foa". Pearl .Jardiniere Original Specialty. . Tim Moore ; Soprano Slo...t,.Jennje Mai Old Favorites Kek Schilling, Ed Ryan, PhU.Hndrick and F. Kendrick .Newt Quartet Local Color Hawairn. Song ..'...w, 'Beat to Hill Colleye Days ....soUeget Crls Sonrj and Dance A Wtft Bit o' Scotch" ......Eddie Yourg Duet,-. "Who's B.by Are -r (Your ....Ruth Maker. Jean Maury riMst - j . ' . ' CAAiAinv f ( t V .....k" ....... WW t J f J19 AMY GRANT PRICES 20 Cents General Ad mitsion. Reserved Seats,. 30, SO and 75c ORDER SEATS. EARLY PHONE 3937 Doore Open at - 7: 15. Pictures at 7:43. The Big Show tB:15 George Zugger is recovering from bruises sustained when he was thrown from a second-story veranda of the Fern block on River street Wednes day night as the result of a drunken row. He was treated at the emergen cy hospital. Sydney Welsh Is charged with the offense and will he heard to morrow lit polfceTourtr " ' ' Program Beginning at ,1:30j. m., Un til 4 p. m.- , . : . Evening (two shows), .30 and 8:30 SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR TODAY AND EVENING The Purification of Mulfara" (two part drama), Kalem. -' "Selig. Tribune" (illustrated news), -Selig. , : "A Mix-up in Movies" (comedy), Selig. Lock of Skeletons" (comedy-drafna), ".Kalem. make it worth while to give your lay ing hens the very . best treatment. Care and good feed mean more eggs. And with "hen fruit' selling at 65 to 80 cents a dozen the subject is worth considering. - They, need special feed in Hawaii, about iV " Let us advise you unt mm m Queen and Alakea Streets iW:,m. 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