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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 2, 1911.
9 N OOK 11 RxlLylLatJ o Out of town orders must be post marked on sale days and accom panied by a Post office order or check AMUSEMENTS. THE LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS IN SONG AND STORY, BY Miss Helene J . Sloane Under the Auspicss of the Scottish Thistle Club In the Young Hotel Ball Room JANUARY 28:15 P. M. Tickets, 75 Cents, on Sale at Bergutrom Music Co, New Orpheum TELEPHONE 2G60 TODAY! TODAY! TODAY! At 2:30 o'Clock And TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! Farewell Performances of GEORGE B. HOWARD & COMPANY In- "Hello Bill" An Uproariously Funny Farce! Better Than The Man From Mexico Don't Miss It! Order Seats Early! Evening Prices .... 25c, 35c and 50c The Savoy i Hotel, Opposite Bethel Largest Motion Picture Theater in City (Management of E. J. Love) it THIS WEEK! i CRAWFORD and MEEKER ; Comedy Duo , , MORE NONSENSE Malan-Magrath Jolly Comedy, Co. Presents a Funny Farce "CONFUSION" AVIATOR DOT RAYMOND More Catchy Songs GEORGE STANLEY i Ballad Singer 1 F1nk Anderson's Orchestra NEW FILMS JUST ARRIVED Slage view never -obstructed dur ing entire performance. Every stage whisper heard. Popular Prices . - Never Chand The Bijou (Management of Sam Kubey) Two Entrances: Hotel Street, Opposite Bethel Pauaht, Near Fort A Vaudeville Entertainment A Galaxy of Talent 'i An All-Star Program 1 ; ED. QUIGLEY Monologlst and Expert Dancer MIKE PATON Honolulu's Entertainer BY SPECIAL REQUEST GLADYS MIDDLETON Will Remain One Week Longer TERRY and ROWE Eccentric Comedians RICHARD KIPLING In I Hunt rated Songs New Pictures Hughes' Orchestra A Fifty-cent Show for 10c aid 15c Positively No Urgher'' ' Latest $1.50 Fiction, cut to Reprint Copyrights, cut to Holiday Books, prices cut deep BROWM Aviation Meet Moanalua Polo Grounds SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY , December 31, January 1-2 See the Man-Bird Fly MARS, BALDWIN, SCHRIVER World-Famous Aviators CURTISS BIPLANE Free transportation from end of car-lino to Moanalua grounds. Flights start at 3 p. m. each day. Tickets on sale at Empire Theater. Tickets. $1 THREE FLIGHTS DAILY EMPIRE THEATRE ' Hotel St., opp. Savoy (Management of J. T. Scully) Matinee Every Monday, Wednesday t and Saturday at 2:30 p. m. MATINEE TODAY THE GREAT SNOOK .(Formerly of Kolb and Dill) i, Handcuffs. Will Not Stay on His Wrists--Will Remove Them All Continued Success of the GLADSTONE SISTERS In Real Dutch and Irish Dances New Acrobatic Stunts EDNA RANDALL In Catchy, Popular Songs Coziest and most complete vaude ville theater .'n the city. Special film display. Orchestra Under the Direction of HARRY WEIL POPULAR PRICES. . . .10c, 15c, 25o Park Theater HOWARD, and EDWARDS Great Fancy .Dancers ' First; Appearance ! HARRY CURRAN ."I 'lrrl Dopoy Messenger .Hoy- " MELN0JTE SISTERS .' Avi:. Son'g and Dance . -- ', NEW PICTURES and NEW FILMS . PIERRE BARRON ALOHA BATH HOUSE. School of Physical Culture. Ladies' Men's and Children classes. Hours: a. m, to 10 p. m. and Private Instruction. nnit O R. Si L. Shipping .rrr i? -r Wlok -for finie at GiflcerEOej fGh; 7 the J l e t i FOR SIS DAYS ONLY - ' AMUSEMENTS SAY FAREWELL After ten weeks of one of the most successful engagements ever played by a stock company. In this city, tue George B Howard p.layers will bring their season to a close this evening at the New Orpheum. For a farewell attraction the Howards will present the hilariously funny farce, "Hello Bill," a happy medium in which Nat C. Godwin starred for several seasons and which held the boards at the Broadway Theater, New York, for 100 weeks. : The play is similar to "The Man From Mexico" in plot, but Is said to be much funnier and not so much of the impossible. The story doals with a young man who, fear ing arrest and conviction for some i trivial offense, tells his wife that he I has enlisted in the army. It turns out that his sentence amounts merely jto a' fine, but it is up to him to I make good on the army enlistment. Of course, he does not go to war, but,, instead, takes a vacation and upon his return is welcomed as a home-coming hero. Admitting that he enlists under an assumed name, he , tells of his experiences on the battle field, but the inopportune turning up 'of the man whose name he assumes complicates matters to an almost in extricable predicament. Tomorrow the Howard company i will depart for Vancouver on the Ma kura. VAUDEVILLE AT BIJOU There will be an entirely new show at the Bijou tonight. The musical comedy will be neglected for a while, and for this week there will bo a va riety entertainment, with a couple of new pictures each night. Mike Paton and Ed Quigley will appear in some new turns; Miss Gladys Middleton, in response to numerous requests, will sing for another week; R Kipling, will render some of the latest illus trated songs; while Perry and Rowe will team together, and tell some of their own funny tales in their own inimitable way. The program to be 'submitted is a particularly strong one, 'and it should prove thoroughly enjoy able, as it. will be a good vaudeville show .Some new acts are expected at an early date, and there will be a further strengthening of the present strong program. The five acts to be presented are all good, and the bill should meet with favor from every one. The orchestra, under the con ductorship of W. R. Hugli s, will ren der an entirely new program of music. , More people would take chances if they could put them back in case they didn't turn out right. AMUSEMENTS. NOVELTY THEATER Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets I Fourth Successful Week of THE VAN-UARKLEY CO. In FAMILY JARS MARGARET LOWELL Ballad Singer t .MASTER' JIMMLE VAN ,lV ,:... . And , ,. , r LATEST MOTION PICTURES HOWARDS WILL 21 iiminn hi n December 29th to January 5th Beautiful Standard Edition Sets LYOKT CO.. Ltd oo YEARATCRATER Pele provided a special entertain ment for the Inter-Island Company's excursion at the big crater on Satur day afternoon, and from the time the first of the party arrived until 1911 came in, hailed with songs and laugh ter at the crater's edge, there Was not a dull moment, J It was four o'clock on Friday after noon when the Maunkt Kea pulled away from the Inter-ilsland wharf and headed out to .sea' an 'her course to Hllo. Once outside Honolulu harbor the full force of t.he.aea was felt and less than twenty,, of the one hundred pas sengers were down to dinner. '1 During the night the sea became more smooth and by daylight the steamer was ploughing along the Ha waiian coast through a gentle ground swell. . Most of the members of the party were up before sunrise. Breakfast was served at. six-thirty and shortly after seven the Manna Kea was fast at the wharf and the passengers dis embark. In a special train the majority left the wharf direct for Glenwood where busses were in waiting to transport all to the Volcano House where Mine host Lycurgns received them all with oj)en arms. After a hurried lunch the trip to the crater was started, many walking the distance and others going by mo tor over (lie new road which leaves but a short distance to walk. Those of the party who did not come ui on the morning train left in the afternoon by train and motor ar riving at the Volcano House late in the afternoon. Everyone was at the crater watch ing the "eternal fires," some only un til dinner tlme'when they returned' to (ho hotel for n sumptuous dinner and evening of revelry to welcome the New Year. One party of eight elected to re main at the crater to welcome the New Year In a fitting manner, and later other parties arrived from the hotel so that by ton o'clock there was a large crowd present. It was not until after darkness fell that the volcano began to perform in good shape, but from eight thirty on ward the dozens of people along the rim were entranced from the moment watching the different forms the mol ten lava took, now a rushing river and again spouting fountains break ing the surface of the blackness. Up at the hotel Manager Demos thenes dlsiKinsed good cheer to those who returned early and the late ar rivals found a hearty lunch awaiting them. Early Sunday morning a number of those who had not seen Hllo on the trip up took the early bus for the train and spent some time in the rainy city. By far the greater number remain ed and took another trip to the crater or outside to forest sights within walking distance of the hotel. Olhers took long horseback rides around the country returning In time for the hearty lunch at the hotel. As on the upward trip some went by train and others by auto, both trips being equally interesting, and arrived in Hllo in time to leave on the Mauna Kea for home at four forty-five.' ' Not a word was heard from anyone except 'In praise of the trip and the treatment received all along- the line. WELCOMENEW SPRECKELS NOW FIGHTING GRAFT Heads National Association . and Lands on Capitol Jaw. WASHINGTON, D. C, De?. 18. Into the capital citya few days ago came Rudolph Spreckels of San Francisco. The magazines have made Spreckels widely known. Just now he is at the head of the so-called "Anti-Graft Association of the United States." Of course, he is hor ribly handicapped by the family name, for the name of Spreckels is very intimately connected with the sugar trust, which the administration is going after this year with great vigor. The younger Spreckels has nothing to do with the trust except to draw certain dividends from the slock he owns in it. But if he 'keeps on fighting what he calls graft, but which is as a matter of fact politics, with which the administration is not wholly out of touch, he may find trou ble in his trust affiliations. It Is a hard handicap for him, hearing the name of Spreckels, to make the fight he is making, and yet in my judgment he is striving in a good cause, Spreckels a Sincere Fighter. People as a rule do not know the Individual. They . don't know the young Spreckels. They think of the Spreckels who was Identified with the sugar trust. They look upon the young man, for he is moderately young, as being merely the represen tative or the trust and of his father. Instead of that he is a man who hns thrown his whole heart and soul in to tho fight for better government, first In San Francisco and then in other cities. That he has with him here Fremont Older, who was kidnapped by the men who tried to break down the reform government In San Fran cisco, is almost enough to prove how sincere is' his endeavor to carry through the ideas In which he be lieves. It may be doubted whether there are any two men In the United States today who are doing more for the reform of municipal government than are Spreckels and Older. His Connection With Folk. But Washington Is not a place out of which comes municipal information or suggestion for good municlpiH gov ernment. A short time ago it was as serted that back of Mr. Spreckels' na tional organization was the purpose of pressing to tho front the candidacy for tho presidency of former Govern or Folk of Missouri. I asked Govern or Folk alwut that nearly two months ago and ho denied It vociferously. Within two or three days I asked Mr. Spreckels the same question and met the same denial, although I must say It was not quite as strenuous. I should Judge that there Is something In tho story that is current in the newspapers about the alliance be tween Spreckels and Folk, although In all probability It Is not a definite one, but merely one that may possi bly advance the interests of Folk with a perfect understanding that Folk In his turn will advance the Interests of the Anti-Graft Association, Tickets sold by the steamship com pany were composed of coupons for every stage of the trip, including the stay at the Volcano House and this was a great convenience to the travel ers. As Manager Demosthenes Lycurgns stood on the step of the host lory bid ding farewell to each party as- it left, he was told by everyone that it had been a great stay and each would send his or her friends to the Vol cano House. . -, The return trip wis uneventful mm the time Hllo was loft behind, and tho party arrived hack In Honolulu at an early hour this morning. ' 65 cut 25 per cent Honolulu Politicians Hold Aloof. That matter of an anti-graft asso ciation seems to he almost like an as sociation to give effect to two or three of the ten commandments. No body can say anything in behalf of graft, no one can antagonize an or ganization which announces itself as being hostile to it. I notice today that the men who called on Mr. Spreckels were in almost every case sentimentalists in politics. There were some big men, as for eample Fells, who has given $100,000 toward the single tax movement in the Unit ed States. But the senators and rep resentatives did not seem to be pres ent. It Is true the season is early ind that many of them have not yet come back to town. Nevertheless I would hazard the opinion that if they were here they would not have been among the callers. This is not be - cause they question the rightful- ness of his crusade, but because they doubt whether It ought to be an- nounced as it has been a merely anti-graft crusade. Everybody Is natur ally against graft and does not feel it necessnry to advertise himself and his virtues on that i urticular line. Mr Roosevelt, for example, traveled wide ly throughout the Middle West preaching ordinary morality and mak ing a platform out of the ten com mandments. The Republicans are very much disgruntled about the re sult of his trip. I'tid they are not In clined to let a less prominent man than Roosevelt come into their party and try to make out of one of those commandements a platform for the whole organization. MENS SAN0 IN CORPORE SANO (A Sound Mind in a Sound Body) Daily exercise means to you a healthy body, - a strong mind, an evtn temper and a greater capacity or mental work. The climatic conditions in these ienutifui Islands necessitate Physical Culture for the white race. Parents will do well In consider ing our watch-word today and what it means tothcir children. Join our new clauses to be formed about the new year for busy people and men and women in every walk of life. Individual and private teaching as well. We solicit your early application. PHONE 2487 Respectfully yours for health and happiness, BARON'S SCHOOL! OF PHYSICAL CULTURE Pierre Baron . - Gustav Biorkinan ELKS MAKE MERRY FOR THEIR FRIENDS Antlered Herd Holds "High Jinks" With Bud Mars the Center of Interest, The Elks' "high Jinks" Friday iiight brought together a large number of members of the antlered order and their friends for an informal evening of fun. The piece de resistance of tho propram wis .the Initiation of Bud Mars, the bird-man, who was given a deep insight into the inventive pow ers of the "Best People on Earth." This was followed by a splendid pro gram of vaudeville acts and amateur entertaining that was as good as the professional stunts. Included among those who helped toward the evening's fun were Carlos Caceres, E. Montcrlef, .1. Pollen, Weaver and Archer, the Jolly Old Bo hemian, J. Pollard, 6. Stanley, E, Vaughan, .1. O'Brien, "Jimmy" Dough erty, A. Muller, W. Lochrane and Snook Van Illnkely. Others who took part 'were Messrs. Hitner, McKim, Quigley, Overbeck and Hughes. The entertainment commit tee consisted of Messrs. C. B. Hall, ('. Waterman and A. E. Murphy, this - is Strictly a Cash Sale Every Book on Sale at Cut Prices No Restrictions 1 BY AUTHORITY, . V NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN, 1 V MENT LANDS. - At 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, Fei- ruary 2, 1911, at the front door to! the Capitol. Honolulu, there will bj sold at public auction under Part:' IV, Section 17 of the Land Act of 1895, Section 276, Revised Laws of; Hawaii, the following described lands: , (1) Government Remnant, Fort Street extenson, Honoluli ' toining an area of 2,420 sq. V ..A set price $24 2.00. (2) Land on Fort Street extern Ion, (adjoining property of Henry) Kamana), containing an area of 27,5. bl- "lore or less, i psei prii . 120.00. M (3) Right-of-way for Irrigation ditch at Wahiawa, Waialua, Oahu.s containing an area of 6.5 acres, more' or less. Upset price $05.00. j Terms: Cash. . ,. ..? Purchaser to pay cost of Patent and Stamp, .,. t mijm ' ; For maps and further particulars, apply at the office of the Commission er of Public Lands, Capitol Build-? lng, Honolulu. . . ' MARSTON CAMPBELL, . Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated at Honolulu. Nov. 29.' 1910 Dec. 1, 8. 15, 22, 29, 1910.' f Jan. G, 12, 19, 2 and Feb 2, 1911. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. j Estate of Josephina Candida de Consisao Alves. ' Alvel The undersigned, Manuel Jr., having been duly appointed E; ecutor of the Estate of Josephlr Candida de Consisao Alves,. late Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, notice hereby given to all creditors of bi Josephina Candida de Consisao Ah deceased, to present their tlal duly authenticated wlth pro vouchers if any exiat, even If claim is secured by mortgage u real estate, . to me at the office' oft Frank Andrade Esq., No. 844 Kaar t humanu street, Honolulu, within ali months from the date hereof, pr they . will be forever barred. ' , Dated, Honolulu, December 5, 1910. ; MANUEL ALVES, JR.. i Executor under the Will of Joseph inj - - Candida de Consisao Alves. 4791 Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26; Jan. 2. 'h GO tO Coyne Furniture Co. For Good Furniture, Furniture Hs Ml IIIIVIS V Rugs Oraperiei J. ilopp & Co., LtiJ The Mont Delicious Ginger Ale- RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN S0Da-7 WORKS Telephone 2270 ' 'f V I A r 3 iV