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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 16.1917.
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Without them you are riot properly prepared for these long winter evenings. ' Phone for expert to recommend size and number, v The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. Lighting Specialists . . . .'-."' Phone 3431 LIU HI -All AW MIIQIP 1 lliulnu ULliUll?lllrtlnlIrtIi mUiilu Max Selinsky,- the great Russian violinist who is now stopping over in Honolulu, has been investigating Hawaiian music. He is trying to find some of the genuine old hula3 and melodies which have not been written down but handed from one generation to another orally, in the endeavor to determine where the real Hawaiian rjusic-should be classified. "it is a difficult matter to sjpy. where one would place the Hawaiian music," Selinsky said this morning. "It is not tejipestuous, like the Russian, nor has it the. fateful quality so often heard in the Russian .compositions, though it has much pathos in its cadences. ".Modern French music is farthest from it of an school, and it is alo entirely different from the old Italian style of sustained arias. I think we must call it a school all its own. "Its melodies arc hauntingly sveet, and they have a note of sadness ever present, whether the music is meant for their native dancing or is for a tong4n honor of some friend or lo cality, it fascinates mo as a .study, and it is my intention to take a num ber of the compositions tq the main land with mo for further study. "But what 1 cannot understand," continued Selinsky, after lighting the inevitable Russian cigarette, without which he does not seem comfortable, "is the lack of good modern music in a city of the size of Honolulu, and with the-large number of Intelligent music-lovers you have here. I suppose you -are rather handicapped at the present time with the lack of a theater or concert hall which would be really adequate to present first class artists. but even at that it seems i me that you should have many mors Hiblic concerts than local , friends have told me cf since my arrival. " "There are an unusually large number of musical amateurs here who are working very earnestly and with excellent results in the best musical fields, but their work is confined mostly to their own circle of friends. It seems to me with' this foundation there should he a fairly large number of performances given by visiting artists each year with notable results in the musical and artistic life of, the city.- ' , Selinsky Is one of the really great violinists of the present day, in the opinion of Frank Mosswho has heard him on several occasions. He ranks the Russian as one of the five great violinists of the world at the present time. A series of three concerts will be given by the famous visitor on con secutive Monday evenings, beginning next Monday, November 19, in Mission Memorial hall. , He will be-accompanied by Frank Moss. Seats are for sale at Hergstrora's. ; , RUSSIAN OR PERFORMANCES OF rHCQTBA W UI!LUiIil I II I ill A AT fiLLi mini BALLET'-RUSSE GOOD MIRN BY BASILKii "The Inner Shrine," which , is the chief feature, of the present program at the Liberty theater, is a photo play of unusual character. Jt is a dramati i zation of Uasil ivtsg s celebrated novel ? the heroine. A tangled love story j t At 7:40 o'clock At 7:40 oVcck Margaret Illington: inMa Shrink , ' BY BASIL KING An elaborate dramatization of .London, Paris and New York loclety life. HOBART BOSWORTH and ELLIOT DEXTER In the strong cast. . 13th Chapter, of "THE SECRET KINGDOM." PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL. , PRICES (including' war taxes) 15, 25, 35vCents. Reserved, 55 Cts. Phone 5060. - , Coming Sunday . i tt and j . i i ..ill. I L - T A. - a". I ? vuu lis tuuraners uiawu xruxu um bo- : ciany eisct, tne course, or evenis m c the story carried the . spectator into scenes laid in New York, London Paris. '--; : Diane Winthrop a wealthy yourig American girl, played by Miss Jlling- ton, is the ward of Derek Pruyn,an ex- r plorer and student, who loves her but -j H believes he is too old to ask for her t r ' jk.- 1 it t - AitJ. w grows a train of gripping incidents vhich reach a tragic climax. Through rthe story Derek's love for the girl shines like a clear flame and all ends well, whep he is brought back from the upper reaches of t e Amazon whither he has gone to forget Diane. The part pt The program given over to the latest instalment , of "The Se- cret Kingdom" carries a full measure of thrill. The Fathe News pcturcs, al- j so a part of the program, have' much timely interest. ' ; ::. .- .'v V ;' oca Sessue Hayakawa in THE JAGUAR'S CfiAWS TIME TASLE Pathe Weekly 7:43 P.M. Serial 7:55 P.M. "Feature . 3:33 P. M. ?Ui:jI! 'j'- j. C'PAUAMIdMOTCl.STA. 1 TOfJIBHT IT-,. r At 7:40 o'clock At 7:40 o'clock THE VITAGRAPH (Blue Ribbon Feature) PRESENTS LILLIAN WALICSlk -; THE FASCINATING FILM STAR IN ally in si Hurry A powerful Film Drama. Also THREE PRICES: r 15, 25 and 33 Cents. : iim s mir rim 5 m 1 W l I W ! I a 5 i b 1 ta ' bii ins hi S''fiii a iiK 3 t.' Kan i i -r i Ki :' III fl I IISI I "Jt II tu A ( uie t ru. v;uiuuj tr j - At 2:15 o'Clotk M U - , - --t .4b . m. . OTHER FILM SURPRISES. BOX SEATS: 55 Cents. ItVl iff By special arrangements made with the management of "the Young hotel, the Russian orchestra has been engag ed to' play for the four nights of the Ballet Russe at Laniakea next week. It will be augmented for the occasion to seven players. Two different sets of special cos tumes" are now being made . for the members of the orchestra. One set is to be used in Scherherezade and the other in the "Lake of the Swan," -to keep them in entire harmony with the stage picture. The augmented or chestra is now rehearsing daily the dif ficult and' unusual music which ac companies the ballet pantomimes and solo dances that are to be given. The' dances are being rehearsed every afternoon at Laniakea under the direction of Ivan Bankoff, the gifted dancer whose rigorous training in the Russian ballet scliool of Petrograd stands him in good stead in imparting his skill to others. A number of so ciety maids and matrons will take part in both the productions. They will forni , bizarre and gorgeous posing groups and will also dance in the bal let which gives a setting for the solo dances of the stars,Uvan Bankoff and Miss Almee Maynarde. Each one of the local girls who takes part will have a set of costumes es pecially designed for her by Donald Blanding, under the supervision of Charles Margelis. They are now be ing made at Laniakea, where fittings and rehearsals go hand in hand each day. Laniakea is going to be the bus iest place in town until the Ballet Russe is tm the boards ior its four- nights' run. The theater alEO will be rearranged and' greatly improved in seating facili ties. The "wide and comfortable wick er chairs will not be changed, but a latform cf rising steps is being built back of the center of the little audi torium. Each row of seats will be raised a step so that there wHl be no obstruction of the view afforded of the stage. The stage itself win be enlarged by several feet, which will be added to. its depth by)la,cing the back drop toward the rear of the stage. The wings will be so opened as to allow the dancers to enter five abreast. In Scherhereza de the stage-picture disclosed at the rise of the curtain is that of a gor geous Oriental palace, and the illus ion of space' is artfuliy given by spec ial groupings and arrangement of stage settings. The amazing techni que of Bankoff, whoas one of the stars of the Russian school ranks next to Mordkin and Nijinsky, is easily dis cernable from every seat in the house because of the smallness of the thea ter, but there; is, no impression of crowding owing to the clever manage ment of the jsjtage scenes. -. The program for the first two nights, November 21 and 22, includes Scherherezade and solo uances by Bankoff and Miss Aimee Maynartle, who is a star on her own account, hav ing had a stellar season in London be fore her association with the famous Russian. The "Lake of the Swan" and a different selection of solo dances by the two stars will be given the last two nights, November 2.1 and 21. Seats are now on sale at Laniakea. LILLIAN WALKER SEEN AT OU Hopes Women Will Adopt This Habit As Well As Men Glass of hot water each morn Ing helps us look and feel ' clean, sweet, fresh. ? , i Happy, bright, alert vigorous " and vivacious a good clear skin; a nat ural, rosy complexion and freedom from illness are assured only by clean, healthy blood. If only every woman and likewise every man could realize the wonders of the . morning Inside bath, what a gratifying change would take place. Instead of the thousands of sickly, anaemic-looking men, women and girls with pasty or muddy com plexions; instead of the multitudes of "nerve wrecks." "rundowns," "Sally-in-a-Hurry" is the title of an unusually interesting Vitagraph Blue Ribbon feature film which is being shown at the Rijou theater for the lat ter half df thi3 week. It is perhaps one cf the most powerful pictorial dramas that has been shown at the Bijou in several months, is full of ac- : tlon from the lirst to the last scen) ana is sure to grip tne most lastiaious ? t audience. ! Lillian Walker, long with the Vita ! graph and one of the most popular ! film stars of the day, is seen in th title role in "Sally-in-a-Hurry," and j her work in this particular play is un- I usually good. Other well-known mem j ! bers of the Vitagraph comjpany make t ; up the remainder of tho strong cast. ? 4 Aside from the feature nicture threi I' other "surprise- films are being : g suown, mciuamg some clever comedy, i -An unusually, good program is being EE planned for next week Finance, drama, in which George Walsh and Doris Pawn have won new laurels here, will close tomorrow night at the Hawaii tneater, aiiss rawu, plays opposite the strenuous come- dian in the picture, is sometimes call ed "the Girl from the Prairies." IMS stated that her film career was liter-; ally forced upon her. i The little leading lady of "High Fi- j nance" had set out to be a typist and ; bookkeeper with not a thought of the screen. She was watching the making , t n niXtm-o iirVion , tMroriftT saw in : her. a type he needed for a scene and SE he asked her to play a small part. Stardom for her followed not long after;:- v . - . :;! Miss Pawn Is a real product" ol Western plains which means, of course, that she has always been an t outdoor girl. She excels at tennis, rid Ing and swimming, and recently won the women's bowling championship at j Hollywood, Cat :, , r - - Sunday Charlie Chaplin will appear at the Hawaii in one of his latest pro luctions. The picture is "The Vaga bond," which has left a trail of laugh ter wherever it has been. . -" 1 i Ul Al 7;40 oIqgH George Walsh in "High Finance" George Walsh plays a happy go lucky young fcllcw . who - says, "Keep smiling and you will win cut." See how he makes his smile win for him in thi3vplcture. RUTH ROLAND THE i n the second Chapter' of NEGLECTED WIFE, entitled : s "WEAKENING" Are you .following this interesting serial? If not, get busy and start now. " :.' ' . . MUTUAL WEEKLY No.. 13S Interesting .happenings from all over the world before your eyes. PRICES: 15, 25, 35'Cents : COMING SUNDAY Charlie Ghaplin" DAILY REMINDERS ; Dr. S. K. Ho is practising Dental Sifrgery at 1323 Fort street. Adv. For Distilled Water. Hire's Hoot Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. Dr. Schurmai'n, Osteopatliic Physi cian. 10 years estabiiched here. Bere taria and Union str :ts. Phone 1733. - -Adv. ' v I -r-i eatk w The General and Universal Film ' SERVICES. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays; from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and- Holiday Matirees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:C0 o'clock. Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 Vclock. PICTURES CHANCED DAILY : Prices: 10, 15 Cents. " S1JMMER MTE3 ; ' OAHl) RAILWAY and HALEIWA HOTEL Thirty-day excursion tickets Htwesn Honolulu and Waialua, iia Ijiwa or Kahuku: Fir3t-class. $2.13; rc:ond-classfc ?1.80. :; : Special weekly rates at Hotel during summer months, $25.00. Splendid bathing, 4golf,-tennis, glass-bottom : boats, iwing, pooL An ideal vacation resort. ; . ' ' ; . . Oafeu Railw-Haleivm Hotel Rnor Ciarden Odd Fellw Oall Mondy Tneadny. Fridays, 10 a. ra. to 10 p.m. f Tl Clause S to O p.m. gi udiu:un 3 r I FAMOUS -V 'if.'M ' Colleg e PHONE 6275 FRED BECHDOLT PLAY AT EMPIRE fags" and pessimists we should see a virile, optimistic throng of rosy cheeked people everywhere. An inside bath is had by drinking, each morning before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the stomach, liver, kid neys and ten yards of bowels the pre vious i day's indigestible waste, sour fermentations and poisons, thus cleans ing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach. Those subject to sick headache, bil iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism, colds, and particularly those who have a pallid, sallow complexion and who arc constipated very often, are urged to obtain a quarter pound of . lime stone phosphate at the drug store which will cost but a trifle but is suf ficient to demorstrate the quick and remarkable change in both health and appearance awaiting those who prac tice internal sanitation. We must re member that inside;- cleanliness V. is more, important than outside, because the skin . does ; not " absorb impurities to contaminate the blood, while the poresjn the thirty feet of bowels do. Adv. ; . . -'; Mlagazine readers who have follow ed h rfco as a " wr'toT rf Trot arir-r Drain j Bgdnjo! wn0 was a well n0Wn Se attle newspaper man, will be interest ed in the current attraction at the Em pire, theater, "The Fate of Juan Gar cia," a thrilling tale full of melodra matic qualities which is "from his per. The story has to do with the adven tures of an American girl tinder a ser les of trying circumstances. The pic ture opened yesterday at the Empire and will be shown again today. It is the first of a series Bcchdolt has writ ten; : - ;X: Tomorrow a Selig production, VA Coward of Conscience,", will be shown. Kathryn Williams and "Wheeler Oak man, who were featured ; in Rex Beach's "Ne'er Do Well," will appear in the leading parts. DANCING . Take a private lesson from Madame Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected. Removed from I. O. O. ?. hall to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu nalilo and Alapai streets. Thoce 6251. Funahou car passes academy. ; TO THE 0LCA1 ilUSE .(Directly Overlooking the Volcano , of Kilauea) 3) 0 SIZIIiZlI i ' 11 COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer Mauna Kea sails every Wednesday and Saturday ? I ; Gfsh AEliistMai. Sal I Will be closed Monday, Nov. 19th SEASIDE MCE Saturday night Henry Bishaw's or chestra. Refreshments will be served if desIred-Adr; ; - : " Ivan Bankoff s Ballet Russe at the Laniakea Theater, November 21, 22, 23, 24. Adv. ;: '- . , IF: Do your shopping before Sale is over. 'APANESE i BAZAAR; Port St., opp. Catholic 'Chur c!: 1 1 1 I t i