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HONOLULU JSTAIBULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, 'JUNE 6, 1917.
FIVE I ft; j1 CM 1 n I 1 1 JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, KIMONOS AND EMBROIDERIES SAYEGUSA 1120 KUXJAHU STREET4, JUST ABOVE HOTEL Keep, a Story of the BABY ! Nothing is more absorbingly interesting than pictures of bab'ss and children. When they are of your own children, a collection becomes one of your most prized possessions. WITH Autographic KODAK you net only can take-all aorta of picture at almost a mement o notice, but you date the picture right on the film at the time of exposure, making of the picture a permanent, exact record. We have here all conveniences for home photography. Tripod Adapters for Vest Pocket Kodak, 55c. Improved Universal Clamp for attaching camera to ehair, limb of tree, etc., 76c. Portrait Attachment, for Kodaks and Small Cameras, 50c. Universal, Adjustable Tripod Head, 75c. , Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Kodak Headquarter. Ask for more butter with your meals WHETHER you are boarding, eating at restau rants, or living at home, ask for more but ter. One little, pat is not enough. For you must realize that good butter is the food that will give yon" ENERGY, ! that will sustain you, keep you from getting unduly, fatigued. . Good butter is nearly 90fc butterfat, andJ)utter fatii not -only an energy food, but it contains that mysterious' element that makes children grow, and it is more digestible than any other fat ft. 98' of the pound of butter you cargoes dirpcly into the strength an&tTOwttr c wwdifir Oil r s is good , . Good because it can't b r it cr am from alfalfa fad eAel churn arid butter m'Skl'narnaeKin: ' a' i unitary r ; a can - be mad wrasped -H - In S The-Campu last, 'an!aay pamp of w .whltfr ata .ltland cotteii.itppir. rhlta Vlvcry' aola' anif ' Jew 1 Inch heeU Ooed ;.fcr hua, lanal trt war. or 4V. J' J-! )' 1 ' ' '''i ' I " i" i riii.n ... ,i, .1 'I if nmn iT'i n .niiiriii.liwiil.,iin U . . , - : '. ' . ... ' . i' ' ,- . r-?. . i. .' ' ' . r- ' I .:::r Shoes at the . j' s re for comfortable : Tha-Camaua last, PI By. $6.50 V Two popular models are A Silk Goods in Crepe md Chilly ODO SHOTEN Hotel St., near Nuu&xra THE Fort Street. butted. ' tight wrapping by ma chlnary. : Buy. from Y. LO SING, I' opposite Liberty heater. for comfortable Wear s Summer Shoes with that maxi mum of style and comfort and cool appearance that is so appropriate for wear ing at this time. Shoe Store FoTt ' PMOU MUSIC DEPARTMENT GIVES MUSIC RECITAL OF MUCH INTEREST OAHU COLLEGE. June . The re cital riven by the student of the ( Punahou music department yesterday; afternoon was a onig.ee as we!! as interesting and eHjojable program. This wss the first program of Hs kind' in tbat it showed the work of the "tiny! tots" of the beginners' class right up; to or graduates j The program opened with two plea ' I ing selections from- "the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs under the leadership, of Miss Jane Winne. ! The little children showed then, i selves quit 'capable of appearing be ,' fore an aodience aud each one ren-! dered their number dmirably. bring 1 lug out the careful and competent j trailing which they had received: from their teaehere. The violin trio was played unusually veil and showed good understanding! and interpretation. The Russian Romance, played byj Ioufse Watting, was a charming nam ber, which waa followed by Thej " U - J.U.L ...11.. .1 J V A ' Chalmers. The violin selection by Frances Fr- rington was well worth hearing for she showed considerable ability along j that line. Dorm Broadbent played her number with all the daintiness of a butterfly!' and her interpretation was unusually fine. ETelln Webster clOBed the inter esting program by plyhig Moiart'e Fantasia in C minor In a very digni fied and grand manner, which made an ideal finale. I The program was" as follows: ! Piano duetThe Little May Qneen.-j Bflbro' Carolyn "Shepherd. Winifred Guild Piaao Doll Minuet. .Pletro Florldia Marian Eleton Violin a) Melodi Gurliu GIVEN FOR FIRST Following la the program which Katharine Goodson, the noted pianist, will giro at her opening recital to night at Mlkn; M6rial Hall,- be ginning at 8:20: 1. Sonata A Major Mozart (a) Tema con variOEiooe. (b) Memjetlo. (e) Rondo alia Turca. Rhapsody in B flat. Op. U. . . 4.. Brahio . , SbMta. ta: C sham: ratnor. Op.- tt. Na 'J...... ';...Beeth'oVen (a) Adagio'sostenuto. .- (b) Jtenuetto: , , . w ' (0 Pretb a$tttd. 2. Noctnrn In G major Chopin ' (a) Sttrty In'D ilat. (b) Study (n G flat , (c) Prelude In A major. (d) Valie in 1 flat, ' !) BwHadVip A flat ' 3. At .Etennr Exaltation'. 8chumann Arabtnuf - V. .......... ,rjtebujF Etineejle Moaegowakl Rhapsodji Iio. 2. .......... . .Usjit Mason nd , HamUn ,pfano used.,: . He Thla war . talk, has made Slonay quite a diplomat. old She How so? . HetHe l,,soundif .out all tbe bank of diseoant on an identical note; Judge. - , V !' The Larchmont,a black kid lppr with hand turned ol and Lout Cuban Heel. De fan d far fecmal aftmen or even ing war. $6.50 illustrated andJfptclJStrcsts , , VARIED PROGRAM GOODS! RECITAL b) A German Folic Song Paul cooke Accompanied by Helen Judd Piano Beoreatlon ... Rudolph Ftlml Frances McGrath Pian A Serenade Gaynor The Wind Wing Magriet UTtngston Violin Pastorale Hans Sitt Phillips Brooks Accompanied by Elizabeth Frazier Piano duet Polka . Bendel Marguerite Ault. EloU Moore Piancv-TTirkijh March Dennee Paloma Jaeger Piano ai The Bell Piano . Marie Crosby tb Hungarian Dance .. Retnhard Lucile Downs Violin Cavatlna Osoar Schmidt Kathryn Kilbonrne Accompanied by .Torence M. Campbell Piano Elegle Nollet Charlotte McLean Piano Important ETent . . Schumann Bernlce Judd PianoSpinnlng Song Narici Virginia Craybourne Violin trio Inrermez2o Moffatt Martha Cooke, Leigh Waterhouse. Joe Chaimer Accompanied by Llta Rodiek Piano Russian Rotcance Friml Louise Watkins Piano The Chase . Wilson G. Smith Agnes Cat Inters Violin Oriental Cesar Cui Frances Farrington Piano Butterfly Densmore Dora. Broadbent Piano Fantasia fa C minor. . .Moeart Brelin Webater . Chorua Skjppara of . t. Ivea. .... OW Cornish Song Boys' aftd Girls' Glee Club Chorus The Clocks Rogers Girls' Glee Club FOR 'LOST MAN' William Duncan and Mary Ander son In "The Last Man'' will make their farewell appearance at the Bijou theater this evening, after a most successful engagement in one of the best thriller of the Vitagraph com pany. "The Last Man" ts particularly ap prepriate at the present time, with the United States at war, as it deals with the last War in which this coun try participated, or at least the after math of the war during which .much trouble was experienced In bringing the Philippines to-.a state of peaceful fiess. The prodoeer has taken bold of the tKwbU -wh tb afqeoa -an, bnllt a strong dram of active. . warfare, with a, touch of romance that always l accpinntiilCT war sterles to good ad vantage. . Being a cplendid athlete and former physical culture teacher, Duncan " is abij fitted to enact a role .which csJIb for. daring and nerve. Mary Ander son, on of the youngest and prettiest stars of the screen, is ideally salted to portray the oart of his ward and, eventually, -hl wife. .: Marguerite. CUrk' in "Snow White" kat proTed.a strong attraction at the Liberty theater during the early part of the. prevent meek and the big Nnu ana afreet theater has been packed, at each performance. Marguerite Clark U cm of Tth reason, the' rest being the exceDenea of the film drama, probably . th! greatest spectacle and tnoat taborate eitraraganva ever sent to Honolulu without being billed as s peciaL" There are- seven mammoth reel to the-offering and a wealth of detail has bean gtven the moat careful attention hy the famous players. Tk "delightful fairy tale of the beautiful yonug princess and the cruel treatment of her )y her sUp-mother make .excellent material for the screen and allow the imagination of the' producer to run riot. Scenically, ."Snow White" Is a "masterpiece of the aunara. act, while the east that supports the diminutive sr is com posed of Famous Players, the seven dwarfs having keen carefully selected for size and ability. ; "Snow White" as a stage, of ferint waa Mis Clark' vehicle for several seasons, two consecutive being spent in New York. The last presentation of tkis film will be made thia evening. AT THE HAWAII A picture deep with haman Interest and one that is filmed in a manner somewhat out of the ordinary come to the Hawaii theater today, being "WheTe Love Leads." with Ormi Haw ley and Rockclitfe Fellowes in the leading roles. The story deals with a young college man, star football player and all round athlete and the lor problems with which he is con fronted. Richard Warren, tba college man, save the life of the beautiful Marion Bantow and, naturally, they fall in kv. An effort is made to "throw the big game" in which Warren makes his laat appearance on the gridiron, with out "success. Marion is won by an im poverished English earl, being fascin afced by the glamor of the title. War ren become melancholy and morose, especially when be learns that Mar ion' EntHah husband is neglecting her. ' Many year Das uid Marion senda br; two-daoihtera t6rtlt their graneVj FINALE TONIGHT WW WHITE' IS NEVF1LM OPENS 1TIIIEE viM&liUL ITOIIIGHT U , ,,l-T..1-T, JUAmmJ At 2: 15 o'clock WM. FOX PRESENTS HIS NEW STAR Where Love Leads" A DRAMATIC LOVE PROBLEM OF TODAY CHARLES MURRAY in . "The Love Riot" (Keystone) Forget your Election worries and disappointments by seeing this Comedy and having a good laugh. PATHE COLOR FILM NATURE AND SCIENCE Natural Prtlni-oN Prices-10, 20, 30 Cents. LANIAKEA THEATER William Lewers and Frank Moss Featuring Poe's "TheRaven" Mnsic by Arthur Berg also , "THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL"' by Oscar Wilde j with special music by Frank Moss i SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 9 8:15 o'clock ! Admission, $1.50 Tickets at Laniakea Gift Shop fKATHAR INFIX ILjjoodsoInI THE WORLD-FAMOUS PIANIST Who has just arrived in Honolulu from the Far East en route to the Mainland -will give- First Recital at the ' Mission Memorial Hall, King Street TOWIGrIT at 8:30 o'clock p. m. Mason and Hamlin Piano used. Tickets en Sale a the Bergstrom Music Co. Price of 8eat -$2.00 Special rate for Student. up, having been the victim of a bad dream wake up to find the youthful i Marlon beside him, ready to declare, her undying love and devotion. "Bobbie, your face wants washing. Did you look at it in the glass this morning?" ' So, mother, but it seemed alf right when I felt it." New York Sun. H.Culman Co., Ltd. Jewelry and Souvenirs REMOVED To 1112 Fort St. Criair Utitr is a milt of jwitjflc Soip- impe: Dm lot nstt Each cake is wrapped to insure delivery to m 'Ma you in a sanit ary condition and to retain it's original , deHcate perrmne Made in tHe dean ct most sanitary act- Tfo Shew HAWLEY IN Two Shows Tonight. 6:30-8:30 Vitagraph (Blue Ribbon Feature) present MARY ANDERSON a popular screen star in "The Last Mai" Also an up-to-date Weekly (Current Events), a Burton Holmes Travel and a Bray Cartoon. PRICES: 10. 20 and 30 Cents. Box Seat. 50 Centt I ElllPJI At 2:19 o'clock ffi? i "MS At 7:40 a'eXaeA EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION A TREMENDOUS 7 REE15 PICTURE SPECTACLE Marguerite Clarlf Snow The most elaborate extravaganza ever attempted in, photoplay Sorg ou costumes supreme setting a play that strike a responsive chord to young and old alike. .. . f 10th Chapter of : Up-to-the-Minute : PEARL OF THE ARMY' : PATHS WEEKtY'i Come early for good seats. Only two" day, more for reservations. ' Prlcea: 10, 20, 30 Cent Phone. 5060 , Boxes, 50 CeaU it ill NOW IN BETWEEN HONOLULU AND WAIALUA HALEIWA AND KAHUKU Summer Excursiii Rates Oahu Railway pero: FOR SALE AT ALL ST tirf I fi. awaSK rSV4oJbcr SQ TONIGHT :40 o'clock EFFECT DURING THE SiTMMEIt MONTHS. EXCURtflON, TICKETS, limited to JO day 'from date df. sale, will be sold dally at the regular single fare for the rr nd trip, between Honolulu and Wak alua, Haleiwa and Kahuku aa follows; Flrst-CIa . . Second-Class '...$2.18 143 Imperial Peroxide is an antisepti soap, cde for NirrsersToilet and general purpdsb.' beiaeftial'in''! fi 'IN ,-. liiite e .7 i a n tHivwit.- t"t " nti t h .htwiv av.